Pelvic Mesh Recall: What You Need To Know
Ladies, this really can't wait!
Earlier this month, the FDA recalled pelvic mesh, a synthetic material implanted in an estimated 10 million women worldwide to surgically strengthen weakened pelvic floors.
Why? Because after years of horrible complications, the material has finally been recognized as causing serious harm to many of these women!
Last year alone, 10,000 complaints were filed and nearly 80 deaths were a result of pelvic mesh. Even the complication rate attached to using mesh as a solution is a problem within itself, estimated to be around an unacceptable 5-15%, with many women needing a second surgery to address these complications.
Now, gynecologists must start recommending safer, less demanding options to treat symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) like bladder leakage and dryness. And believe us, there are plenty of less intrusive, more effective solutions out there, including Kegelbell.
Kegelbell is an over-the-counter, FDA registered device which naturally strengthens your pelvic floor. Clinically proven, Kegelbell treats symptoms of PFD, prevents the pelvic floor from weakening, and empowers women to reclaim control of their health!
Sound too good to be true? Try Kegelbell yourself for two weeks! Five minutes, three days a week, and we promise your symptoms will decrease and your confidence increase or your money back!