Kegel8 Pelvic Organ Prolapse Supplement Pack (3 month supply)
- Hydrolysed Collagen for stronger muscles and elasticity - collagen levels naturally fall as we age.
- Vitamin C helps create collagen in the body when taken as a daily supplement.
- Vitamin D deficiency linked with pelvic floor disorders.
- 12 week (3 month) daily dose - use alongside daily pelvic floor exercises for even better results.
- Worth over £50, save over £10 with this Pelvic Organ Prolapse Pack.
One of the most shocking facts we discovered when researching vitamin and mineral supplements for a healthy pelvic floor, was the direct link between certain mineral and vitamin deficiencies and pelvic organ prolapses.
We all believe that we (mostly) eat a healthy diet – maybe sometimes a few too many calories, but could it be that are we eating ‘hollow’ calories instead of nutrient dense food? Looking at some of the clinical findings you might think that is the case, so here at Kegel8 we have combined a proven range of supplements directly to address the needs of women suffering with pelvic organ prolapses.
The selection of vitamins and minerals we have selected for our Kegel8 12 Week Pelvic Organ Prolapse Supplement Pack features ingredients clinically proven to help strengthen a weak pelvic floor in women suffering with a pelvic organ prolapse.
Kegel8 supplements should be taken daily and will last you 12 weeks (3 months). We strongly urge you to complete the supplement course together with a 12 week Kegel Exercise programme to ensure you get the very best results and manage your prolapse to prevent it getting worse and improve the painful symptoms associated with pelvic organ prolapse
Read below to see how each supplement can help improve prolapse symptoms, by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles and fascia within the pelvic floor. This pack contains:
- Hydrolysed Collagen
- Vitamin D3
- Vitamin C
- Beta Carotene (provitamin A)
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.
Collagen To Help Support the Pelvic Organs
The pelvic organs (bladder, urethra, vagina, uterus, colon and rectum) are attached to the pelvic walls by connective tissue called the endopelvic fascia. This fascia is made of mostly fibrous collagen, therefore a deficiency in collagen allows the organs to droop as they become less supported. This can affect both young and older women and is known to be an issue in most prolapse sufferers.
Vitamin D3 (a Type of Vitamin D) is Essential in Maintaining Strong Muscles
Vitamin D is required in the development and maintenance of your muscles, and your pelvic floor is no exception. If you are deficient in vitamin D, you will experience a weakening of your pelvic floor muscles which allows your pelvic organs to begin to droop away from their naturally elevated position.
Vitamin C is Pivotal in the Production of Collagen
Being a water-soluble vitamin means it is carried within the body but not stored in the body, so it needs to be taken daily.
"Vitamin C not only benefits the immune system, it reduces the frequency of colds and as a positive side effect it tends to control constipation. Its freedom from toxicity relative to its efficacy is remarkable. "(A. Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D.).
Considered a safe source of vitamin A, Beta Carotene helps your body produce collagen, and keeps cartilage strong and supportive.
This supplement is essential for a strong and supportive pelvic floor especially endopelvic fascia (collagen-rich connective tissue).
This pack contains:
Beta Carotene – 90 capsules
Vitamin D3 – 90 capsules
Vitamin C – 90 capsules
Hydrolysed Collagen – 180 capsules
|Recommended For||Supplement pack designed specifically to strengthen a weak pelvic floor and, by extension, support pelvic organ prolapses|
|Included Contents||3 month supply of the following supplements: Beta Carotene, Vitamin D3, Vitamin C and Hydrolysed Collagen|
 Söderberg, M. W. Falconer, C. Byström, B. Malmström, A. Ekman, G. (2004). Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. Young women with genital prolapse have a low collagen concentration. [online] 83(12), p 1193-1198. [viewed 12/04/18]. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15548155
|Dosage||Check individual product pages for dosage|
|Size||3 month pack|