"I'm about to conduct my first interview in a vagina chair," Jennifer Zamparelli announced on the RTÉ 2FM airways, early this morning.

Conducting her interview with Dee MacMahon of BTL Aesthetics from the, eh, comfort of the chair, the broadcaster attempted to describe the feeling of the device to her listeners first hand.

From the get go, it was a seemingly intense experience: "It's like somebody is flicking your labia!"

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Using HIFEM (High Intensity Focused Electro-Magnetic) technology, this FDA-approved device is used to address two issues: urinary incontinence and sexual function.

Running on a tesla output, the unique technology is being used to revolutionise intimate health and wellness by providing those suffering from incontinence with a completely non-invasive option. No probes necessary.

Although non-invasive, the pulses of the machine are definitely felt by Jen during her treatment: "It's like an elastic band is flicking at your..."

Well, you get the idea.

Engaging with your pelvic floor can be tricky, especially after having kids. To lend a helping hand - so to speak - this device sends pulses as far as 10cm up into the vaginal wall, causing supramaximal contractions.

Essentially, the HIFEM technology works as a "gym cheat", giving the muscles within the pelvic floor and vaginal wall a good workout, and making them stronger in the long run.

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One course of treatment includes six 30-minute sessions, taking place twice a week over the course of three weeks.

However, Dee reminds listeners that a person's end point will depend on their starting point, and more sessions may be needed depending on how severe the issues may be.

"Essentially, you're equating one 30 minute session to 11,000 kegel exercises," Dee explains.

"This is all substantiated by science, it's all clinically peer-reviewed published studies. We have something like 11 global studies behind this chair, this is not a gimmick."

The "vagina chair", as Jen likes to call it, is not only for those who suffer with incontinence, it is also FDA approved to aid in sexual function.

"We have clinical data to support orgasms," laughs Dee, "which is quite an interesting read."

In simple terms, losing strength in the pelvic floor can directly effect the vaginal wall's ability to contract, meaning that women will lose sensation and the feeling of "friction activity". This device aims to strengthen those muscles back to full capacity.

A course of six Emsalla sessions costs between €1,800 and €2,500 depending on the clinic, more info can be found on the BTL website.

Listen back to the full interview between Dee MacMahon and Jennifer Zamparelli on RTÉ 2FM above.