This pessary can be used to relieve the symptoms of a mild second-degree, third-degree cystocele or a rectocele in combination with procidentia/prolapse.
Pessaries are contraindicated in acute genital tract infections, pelvic infections, endometriosis,
or non-compliant patients.
The physician must advise a pregnant patient if this product may be used.
Fitting usually requires a trial of various sizes to determine the proper Inflatable Donut size.
A vaginal lubricant may be required for the patients comfort before insertion of a pessary.
1. Perform a normal pelvic examination prior to the fitting and introduction of a pessary.
The pelvic exam helps to determine the appropriate pessary size.
Note: The inflatable donut pessary can be compressed to make it easy to remove and insert.
2. Test the Inflatable Donut Pessary before insertion to be sure it inflates and deflates properly.
3. Compress the pessary and gently insert it past the cervix and into the posterior fornix. The stem should protrude outside the vagina.
4. Attach the air pump (A) to the valve (C) to inflate the pessary
Medical grade silicone