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Enna Pelvic Ball FAQ's

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Enna Pelvic Ball FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions about the enna pelvic ball.

Do you have a question about the enna pelvic ball?

You may find the answer in our FAQ's below.

Enna Pelvic Ball

Frequently Asked Questions

The enna pelvic ball is a medical device designed in Spain to strengthen women’s pelvic floor.

Its use is recommended for:

• Women following childbirth.

• Menopausal women.

• Women with urinary incontinence issues.

• Women who practice high-impact sports.

You can wash it with pH-neutral soap and water, or use enna cleansing gel.

Do not sterilise the enna pelvic ball as you may damage the internal sphere.

Do not put it in the microwave under any circumstances.

The maximum time that the enna pelvic ball can be worn is 1 hour.

However, it is important to increase the time gradually.

We recommend starting with 5-10 minutes and increasing to 20-30 minutes per day.

Never use for more than one hour.

Although it is not essential, it is advisable to visit a physiotherapist who specializes in the pelvic floor to assess the state of your pelvic muscles and rule out any problems or conditions.

Yes. There is no problem with using the enna pelvic ball and vaginal ring at the same time.

The only issue that can sometimes occur is that when removing the enna pelvic ball, the ring may be displaced. If it happens to you, reinsert the ring immediately.

No. The pelvic ball is a unique oval sphere which is easy to insert into the vagina and works through vibration. Kegel balls or ben wa balls, on the other hand, are designed so that their spheres work based on volume and weight rather than vibrations.

As the volume of the balls decreases, the weight increases. Physiotherapists who specialize in the pelvic floor indicate that the most important factor in a pelvic floor exerciser is not the size or weight but the vibrations produced.

Yes, no problem. You can combine the use of our vaginal sphere with Kegel exercises or do these exercises while wearing it. You can find exercises on our blog.

The enna pelvic ball will start to be effective after 6-8 weeks of use.

Discomfort can be normal at first, as you are not used to exercising that area. Discomfort may also be due to using the vaginal sphere for too long or doing activities that require exertion (you can walk or move around the house using it but not lift or exercise with it).

Our enna pelvic ball weighs 38 grams and is 12 cm long. The “sphere” is 4 cm wide and 4.5 cm long.

Our website provides more information about the enna pelvic ball that you may find useful. We also recommend that you visit the pelvic ball section of the blog.

To recover your pelvic floor following a vaginal birth, you must wait 6 weeks after giving birth to start using the enna pelvic ba

If the enna Pelvic Ball falls out when you stand up, it means that your pelvic floor is very weak and is not strong enough to hold it.

If this is the case do Kegel exercises for a few weeks while lying down with a pelvic ball in place until it no longer falls out when you stand up.


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