83% of women agree that Efemia Bladder Support eases their everyday lives

Efemia Bladder Support is now available on prescription from your GP

77% lower bladder leakage with Efemia Bladder Support

Don't leak when you laugh, sneeze, run...

Our Mission

At AGHealth, we want to empower and support women with important health decisions and will only support products that we truly believe will change women’s lives for the better. Hoping to transform the everyday lives of women with Stress Urinary Incontinence, we have partnered with the Efemia team. Aiming to make Efemia Bladder Support available to as many women as possible, we’re pleased to announce that the incontinence device is now available on prescription (NHS England) from your local GP, or you can purchase directly here.

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What is the Efemia Bladder Support?

Efemia Bladder Support is a reusable, comfortable and effective device for women with Stress Urinary Incontinence. It was co-designed by a urogynaecology expert to reduce or prevent bladder leakage as an alternative  to surgery and disposable products.

Made from soft and flexible material, Efemia Bladder Support is easily inserted and removed from the vagina (similar to a tampon). Unlike disposable pads or pessaries, the Efemia device can be reused daily for up to 3 months, or just on occasions you expect to leakThis makes Efemia Bladder Support a more eco-friendly and cost-effective solution compared to disposable pads and pessaries. 

What is Stress Urinary Incontinence?

Stress Urinary Incontinence or ‘SUI’ is defined as leakage of urine on exertion. If you have weakened pelvic floor muscles, you may leak urine when there is a sudden pressure on your bladder. This can happen when you cough, laugh, lift something heavy, workout etc.

It can affect up to 40% of women so you’re not alone. Many women may suffer in silence, due to limited awareness of this topic, or often embarrassment. We encourage everyone to talk freely about their bladder health and share their experiences and solutions.








Why we love Efemia Bladder Support

  • Immediate relief from bladder leakage, even during exercise
  • Soft, flexible and comfortable
  • Reusable and eco-friendly
  • Easy to use, clean and store
  • Better value for money than single use products
  • Exercise and enjoy life without worrying about leaking
  • Clinically proven safety and performance
  • 3 sizes available to find your best fit
  • Discreet device with privacy pouch

Stops or reduces leaks

Do more, worry less

Reusable and eco-friendly

Cost effective



Lower urine leakage with Efemia Bladder Support

(Ref TVS1000)


Found Efemia Bladder Support eases their everyday life 

(Ref TVS3000)


Would recommend Efemia Bladder Support to a friend 

(Ref TVS2000)

*Found in clinical studies and surveys

What women say about Efemia Bladder Support


 “Efemia is incredible! I have always been really active and for a long time looked for a solution to stop leaking when I run. Efemia has been great. I wear it each time I run and I barely notice it is there” – Jessica, London.

“The product is easy to use, certainly not more of a hassle than using a tampon. Since I started using the Efemia, I’ve stopped worrying like I used to. I insert it in the morning, then remove and clean it in the evening, no more limited living” – Kerstin, 54.

“Thanks to the device I can run again. Extremely grateful” – User feedback, QOL study 2019. 

Read Kerstin’s story

“Now I want to share that solution with others.”

“No matter how many kegels I did, I couldn’t get back in control… Since I started using Efemia, I’ve stopped worrying like I used to” 

Efemia Elaine Educate

We’ve teamed up with comedian and pelvic physio Elaine Miller. We want to give women the information, encouragement and confidence to discuss incontinence, seek help and share solutions. Go to Education and Resources page for her full videos and interesting articles. 

How and why do you do pelvic floor exercises?! Learn here.

Why is it more important than ever to keep exercising? Read more.

Learn about your bladder health  here.

What’s poo got to do with it? Learn why here.


Interested in learning more?

See our education page for resources such as videos, blogs, external links and studies.

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Share your stories and solutions.

It’s time to talk and take back control of your bladder.