What is LadySystem?
LadySystem® is a set of 5 vaginal exercise cones specially developed to specifically strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
The LadySystem® vaginal cones have been designed to make pelvic muscle contraction exercises easier and more effective.
An easy-to-use therapy and cones to reinforce your pelvic floor and help with urinary stress incontinence.
LadySystem® vaginal cones for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence
How it works
The concept is very simple: the insertion of a cone in the vagina triggers a reflex contraction (passive) of the targeted pelvic muscles, making them contract under the cone to retain it.
Once the cone is inserted, walk around the house and carry on with your usual daily activities, always in a standing position. You will feel that you have to make an "active" contraction effort to hold the cone in place.
This combination of active and passive contractions provides a coordinated effort of the weakened muscles. They will gradually strengthen and regain their tone as you progress in your LadySystem® therapy.
The LadySystem® therapy is performed in the privacy of your home. You will rapidly improve your pelvic muscle tone and your urinary leakage symptoms. It is included by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC) in guideline “Conservative Management of Urinary Incontinence“ as an efficient conservative method to treat urinary stress incontinence. An easy therapy that takes 15 minutes, twice a day for three months.
How to use LadySystem® vaginal cones to treat stress urinary incontinence
With the appropriate exercises, you should
see results in
6 weeks to
Pelvic floor re-education with vaginal cones is a proven method to gradually strengthen your pelvic floor or to prevent its weakening. The LadySystem® therapy is very effective, especially for the treatment of urinary stress incontinence and moderate prolapse; it offers the following advantages:
- Discreet and easy to use
- Safe and does not involve the use of medications
- Rapid pelvic floor strengthening (± 6 weeks to 3 months)
- Progress monitoring through the series of increasingly heavier cones
- If surgery is necessary, the use of vaginal cones after the intervention may help strengthen your pelvic floor and may prevent a relapse. It is important to follow your attending health care professional's instructions carefully.