There are certain situations where the use of Jade Eggs for pelvic floor exercises is not appropriate and can even make your condition worse. It is best to have an assessment by a qualified practitioner with extra training in pelvic floor disorders and dysfunction. There are some situations where your condition can be treated with the correct assessment and therapy and then you may go onto to use Jade Eggs to assist with your recovery.
Pelvic Floor Strength does not accept any responsibility for incorrect use of our jade eggs. Women using jade eggs should consult a health professional to ensure it is suitable for their needs before starting a new exercise program.
We do not recommend the use of Jade Eggs for women with any of the following:
- Infection (urinary tract infection, infected perineal wounds)
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Postoperative gynaecology surgery of the vagina or rectum in the first three months. Please ask your gynaecologist before using jade eggs if it is appropriate after your surgical procedure.
- Intrauterine device (IUD) birth control or mirena coil
- Vaginal Birth / C-Section in first three months, not until fully healed with no birthing traumas or wounds.
- Do not use during menstruation
- Do not use when pregnant or trying to conceive
- Pelvic Organ prolapse – get clearance from your women’s health practitioner before use
- Overactivity of the pelvic floor muscles. This can present as pelvic pain, pain during sex or pain with inserting a tampon.