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Everything you wanted to know about UMSELLA but were afraid to ask


Let’s talk about sneezing and peeing. I know it’s not a glamorous topic, but it should be discussed more openly when one in four women say they have real concerns about their pelvic floor health. This is definitely being talked about behind closed doors. It’s popped up countless times in my conversations with my girlfriends, and if the number of TikTok videos devoted to the topic is any indication, pelvic floor therapy is a hot topic for women of all ages and walks of life.


UMSELLA is a breakthrough treatment that uses electromagnetic pulses to exercise your pelvic floor muscles. You may cringe when you hear an “electromagnetic pulse,” but no pain is involved. You definitely feel it happening, but it doesn’t hurt at all. Not even any cramping afterwards, or muscle soreness after strenuous exercise. The pulses trigger a Kegel-like response in your pelvic floor—in fact, one session is equivalent to about 12,000 Kegels! What makes this treatment different from what you do at home is the deep penetration and stimulation of the entire pelvic floor area, which you cannot do on your own.


It’s not invasive.

This is one of my favorite parts about this therapy – it’s so non-invasive, you don’t even have to undress! During each session, you sit in the chair for 28 minutes. Just make sure you don’t have a cell phone or credit card in your pocket, as they don’t interact well with EMPs.


This doesn’t just apply to older women.

UMSELLA is not just for women with urinary incontinence. Young postpartum mothers and women of all ages with pelvic floor disorders also benefit. It’s also a great option for women who want to prevent future incontinence and start going to the bathroom more often or leaking urine occasionally.


Men also benefit from UMSELLA, especially those with incontinence or prostate problems. It may even improve erectile dysfunction and enhance ejaculation, although these reports have not been evaluated by the FDA.

Not suitable for: Anyone with an IUD or pacemaker should not receive UMSELLA therapy.

UMSELLA has no side effects.

Unlike pills, which can cause side effects such as nausea or have adverse reactions with other medicines you take, UMSELLA has no side effects. If you do, the worst that can happen is… nothing. However, the odds of this happening are low, as 95% of those who choose it will experience the results.

In fact, the positive side effects of UMSELLA are pretty awesome. It can help increase sexual pleasure, enhance libido, and make orgasm easier. While these positive side effects weren’t the original goal, they are so common that the UMSELLA marketing department has a lot of fun with them…  

Post time: May-13-2022