How Does Aniball Work?

Your pelvic muscles and confidence are the most important factors for a smooth and injury-free labour.

Aniball's power lies in stretching and relaxing pelvic muscles by using uniquely shaped and thoroughly tested balloon.

You practice the alternating tension and relaxation of the perineum - exactly as during your childbirth.

It prepares your body and muscles for the labour. By exercising, you greatly reduce the risk of injury and shorten the second stage of labour.

You also learn appropriate birth position and prepare your birth canal for the future passage of the baby.

Ultimately, you get more confident and approach the birth without fear.

Using the Aniball after birth regenerates the pelvic muscles, which reduces leakage and the possibility of incontinence later on.

SAFE TO USE

It can't stretch you permanently nor cause premature birth.

RECOMMENDED

Aniball is recommended by doctors and midwives across Europe.

CERTIFIED

Aniball is a registered medical aid and bears a CE marking.

Aniball Is Made Of:

1. Inflatable silicone balloon
2. Mechanical pump
3. Tube
4. Connecting reduction
5. Two-way valve

Start using Aniball from 37 weeks of pregnancy. Gently insert the balloon, inflate it to a comfortable size and exercise for 10-15 minutes per day. Instructions and exercises can be found in the Aniball manual, included with every purchase.

Start using Aniball from 37 weeks of pregnancy. Gently insert the balloon, inflate it to a comfortable size and exercise for 10-15 minutes per day.

Instructions and exercises can be found in the Aniball manual, included with every purchase.

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Helps you to prevent tearing
Helps you to avoid episiotomy
Helps you to avoid incontinence
Shortens second stage of labour
Recommended by doctors
Used by 100,000+ happy mums


What's in the package?
Aniball Exercise Aid
Discreet & Stylish Travel Bag
Diary, Pencil & Measurement Tape
Manual & Exercise Guide