Kegel8 Pelvic Pain and Vulvodynia Supplement Pack
- Magnesium can relieve the stress and anxiety associated with suffering from a pelvic floor pain disorder.
- Many women with vulvodynia commonly have vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
- 12 week (3 month) supplement supply, to be taken daily.
- Worth more than £50, save over £10 with this Continence Bladder Pack.
- Produced exclusively here in the UK for Kegel8.
There is strong clinical evidence to support using the following vitamins and minerals in this pack to help relieve pelvic pain and the painful symptoms of vulvodynia. This range of supplements will last you 12 weeks (3 months), take them daily to feel their benefits.
This 12 week pack contains the following daily supplements:
- Vitamin D3
- Vitamin C
Each individual supplement can help reduce pelvic pain or help the painful symptoms of vulvodynia. We have chosen just one benefit to highlight for each supplement here to emphasise how important nutritional supplements really can be in your treatment - although there are many more!
The information provided here is for your information only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, and it should not be used to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. Please consult your GP if you have any questions or concerns.
The bladder, urethra, vagina and uterus are attached to the pelvic walls by a system of connective tissue called the endopelvic fascia. The structures attaching the uterus to the pelvic wall endopelvic fascia are predominantly fibrous collagen, when this is tight it can be very painful. Our hydrolysed collagen will help to ‘feed’ the fascia to keep it loose and comfortable.
Vitamin D and Magnesium
To replace the deficiencies experienced in many women with vulvodynia.
Shown as a potentially effective therapy for mild and specific pain relief in early clinical studies.
|Recommended For||Supplement pack designed to relieve pelvic pain and the painful symptoms of vulvodynia|
|Included Contents||3 month supply of the following supplements: Magnesium. Vitamin D3, Vitamin C and Hydrolysed Collagen|
 Herschorn, S. (2004). Reviews in Urology. Female Pelvic Floor Anatomy: The Pelvic Floor, Supporting Structures, and Pelvic Organs. [online] 6(Suppl 5), pS2-S10. [viewed 12/04/18]. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1472875/
|Dosage||Check individual product pages for dosage|
|Size||3 month pack|