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Discomfort on urination, mild shocks to pelvic floor, vagina, cervix. Symptoms due to slendertone ab belt?

hello, XXXXX. I ve been using a generic version of the Slendertone ( electric shock ) ab belt for about 10 days. In the past week, I ve noticed that when I urinate, at the end of my stream, it feels as though everything internal is falling downward. It s not terribly painful, but it s very uncomfortable. I thought it might have been due to sex, but this has never happened before. Could this belt be causing a bruising or rather, a shocking to the pelvic floor or other areas, both vaginally and/or cervically?
Asked On : Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to history given here I could say that in my opinion stop using the belt that you are using it is not advisable because this could be inauthentic method and may cause harm to health, stop this and watch for improving the symptoms, hope this information helps you, have a nice day.
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