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Important Safety Information

The leva® Pelvic Digital Health System (leva PDHS) is intended for: (i) strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles; and (ii) rehabilitation and training of weak pelvic floor muscles for the treatment of stress, mixed and mild to moderate urgency urinary incontinence (including overactive bladder) in women. This product interacts with the user via smartphone technology. 

Important Safety Information for leva PDHS: Do not share the leva PDHS. The leva PDHS is a single-user medical device. Do not use the leva PDHS while pregnant, or if you think you may be pregnant, unless authorized by your doctor. Do not leave the probe in your body for longer than necessary to complete the training session. Remove the probe after each training session. Do not use the leva PDHS in any other place in your body. Do not have sexual intercourse while the probe is inserted. If you experience odor, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, any signs of infections or any flu-like symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. If you experience redness or swelling near the insertion area, or signs of an allergic reaction, contact your doctor immediately. For a complete summary of the risks and instructions for leva PDHS, see its Instructions for Use available at Renovia’s website. Treatment with leva PDHS is prescribed by your physician. This treatment is not for everyone. Please talk to your doctor to see if it is right for you. Your physician should discuss all potential benefits and risks with you.

Terms and Conditions

Basra R, Artibani W, Cardozo L, et al. Design and Validation of a New Screening Instrument for Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction: The Bladder Control Self-Assessment Questionnaire (B-SAQ). Eur Urol.2007;52(1):230-238. doi:10.1016/j.eururo.2006.11.015


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