Round Library

the scientific proof

Here is a sampling of articles in medical journals

from the British Journal of Urology International (click here)

'transvaginal electrical stimulation is a practical alternative with few side-effects and is effective for treating the main forms of female urinary incontinence'

from the journal Urology (click here)

'pelvic floor electrical stimulation is effective in treating urge and mixed urinary incontinence'

from the Urology (click here)

'the data attests to the efficacy and safety of this technique'

from the Urology (click here)

'electrical stimulation was more effective that exercise training or biofeedback, in the treatment of the overactive bladder.'

from the  American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology  (click here)

'transvaginal pelvic floor electrical stimulation was found to be a safe and effective therapy for genuine stress incontinence.'

from the Journal Urology (click here)

'Intravaginal Electrical Stimulation is an important treatment to improve urinary stress incontinence.'

from the European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology (click here)

'Surface Electrical Stimultion and Intra Vaginal Electric Stimulation are important treatments to improve the Stress Urinary Incontinence'

from the Journal Urology (click here)

'intravaginal electrical stimulation to be a valuable alternative to medical and surgical intervention in patients with detrusor instability'