This is the One Thing Most Post-Partum Mothers Might Have Missed Out on Nourishing.


The process of pregnancy, right down to childbirth and post-partum care can be arduous for the mind and body, as much as the joy of ushering in a new life can bring.

Your body has just served as a residence to your baby for the good part of nine months. As they grew, you stretched to fit them. Your nourishment from meals are now catering for two. You also avoid the scales because you look and feel like a whale, of course.

When the grand finale that is the delivery comes and goes, there is much ‘renovation’ to be done to restore your body to its pre-natal condition.

Of all of the slimming, blood-replenishing and vitamin-taking that is customary for all new mothers, are you sparing some time for your pelvic floor muscles?


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Pelvic Floor Muscles: The Lowdown


Oft-neglected because we’re naturally more concerned about what we can see, your pelvic floor is more important to you than you actually know.

Pelvic floor muscles are the layer of muscles that support your bladder, bowel and uterus.

These muscles give us the control over how bladder and bowel movements, dictate the intensity of the sensation we get during sexual activity, and work with the abdominal and back muscles to support our spine… just to name a few.

The stronger these pelvic muscles are, the more adept you are at all of the above and more.


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During Pregnancy/After Birth


As your baby starts to develop in the womb during your pregnancy, the increasing heft of your child will stretch your pelvic muscles as the months go by. Imagine filling up a balloon slowly with water – that’s how it stretches.

Like with all things elastic, constant tension naturally renders them loose and stretched thin. These weakened muscles get subjected to even more duress during labour, leaving your pelvic floors worse for wear at the end of it all.

Ill-effects of weak pelvic floors you ask? Think leaking of urine when coughing, sneezing or laughing, uncontrollable bowel movement, reduced sensation in the vagina during intercourse, pain in genitals and lower back – I could go on, but maybe I should stop before you stop reading.


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Don’t Sweat it Just Yet


Before you start to worry about the aforementioned symptoms and stressing out about the extra task on hand en route to post-partum recovery, relax.

We know your hands are pretty much tied during this confinement period, and any activity short of lying down is considered strenuous to the body.

There will be no need for any form Kegels or gym gear for the strengthening of your pelvic floor during this period… because of magnets.

The Magnetic Muscle Sculpting Program is the post-partum solution to your pelvic problem, because there is no need for  you to move at all.

Utilising avant-garde Functional Magnetic Stimulation (FMS) technology, this program is essentially your kegel stimulator, using magnetic forces to tighten and fortify your pelvic muscles as you lie back in painless comfort.

While you’re at it, this program also seamlessly doubles up as a muscle stimulator for your abs and buttocks.

If you’re *almost* there in terms of your desired figure, the Magnetic Muscle Sculpting might just provide the toning and sculpting your body needs – you might even end up looking better than your pre-pregnancy self.

For mothers will still a little excess baggage to lose, the Onda Body Magic and Magnetic Muscle Sculpting one-two punch combo also works like a charm.

Why recover your pre-pregnancy figure, if you can do better than that, right?


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