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vSculpt Study Published in The International Urogynecology Journal

We are pleased to share that our 2016 study of vSculpt with 48 women has been published in the peer-reviewed journal, The International Urogynecology Journal.

Despite the prevalence of pelvic floor issues, treatment options are limited. It’s estimated that 1 in 3 women suffer from stress urinary incontinence (SUI), which is characterized by involuntary urine leakage during exercise, sneezing, or coughing. In our study, we “hypothesized that [vSculpt] would improve bladder symptoms and quality of life in women with postpartum SUI and sexual function complaints."

Our study results are remarkable. Check out some of the highlights below and read our full clinical validation report in The International Urogynecology Journal.

 

 

4 comments

May 25, 2018 • Posted by joan smith

I’m sixty five and experience problems with dryness and lack intimacy feeling’s.Have talked to other’s same problem’s,but being on a fixed income not sure if we could afford the device.Plus it seems when there are things come out that are suppose to help they are so expensive.Thanks for trying to help.

May 25, 2018 • Posted by Lynda Kehoe

I can not purchase the Pro in Canada or so it seems??

Sep 01, 2017 • Posted by Gina

Hi Marie – Thanks for your message! vSculpt has a one-year manufacturer warranty should you find any defects. If, after using it for the recommended duration, you find that you aren’t seeing the results you expected, please contact us at customercare@vsculpt.com to discuss options. ❤

Aug 25, 2017 • Posted by Marie Curtis

What is your policy if item does not work as stated?
Marie Curtis

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