Win a FREE Elvie pelvic floor trainer worth £169.99!

emilyroseemilyrose Posts: 68 Community Admin
Hi ladies! We know menopause can make you feel a little bit "meh".. So this February we want to help you get your mojo back. And this little product is one of our favourite ways to do that - so we're giving one away totally free!





Elvie is an award-winning Kegel trainer for a stronger pelvic floor. It can help you achieve better bladder control and enhanced intimacy, with a series of fun workouts that show results in less than 4 weeks. And it's recommended by over 1,000 health professionals - so you can rest assured it's safe and hygienic.

You can learn more about the Elvie trainer and watch videos of it in action here: https://livebetterwithmenopause.com/products/elvie-kegel-trainer


For the chance to give this unique product a try, simply comment below and tell us how you spent your Valentine's Day this year!

We'll be picking a winner at random on Friday 22nd February!

Comments

  • SallySally Posts: 1
    Looks like be spending  Valentine's day  on my own, my boyfriend  split up with  me  two days before  Christmas and I  miss him.
  • KazKenn24KazKenn24 Posts: 51 ✭✭
    Sally said:
    Looks like be spending  Valentine's day  on my own, my boyfriend  split up with  me  two days before  Christmas and I  miss him.
    Oh Sally. 
    Its always so hard when a relationship comes to an end. I can only imagine what you are going through and how you're feeling. There's nothing I can think of to say that will make you feel better. 
    I'm sorry that you're feeling so sad about it, but you shouldn't give up hope. 
    Be kind to yourself ♥ 

  • KazKaz Posts: 223 mod
    Well! My husband works abroad and won’t be here, and I’m on another diet to try and keep the menopause weight at bay, so chocolates and Prosecco are off the menu too! I think I’ll make the teenagers in the house their favourite meal and take the dogs for a long, romantic walk! And look forward to a delayed Valentine evening a month or so from now! ♥️ 
  • clarinsclarins Posts: 1
    Be appreciative of everything he does for me
  • Katie1Katie1 Posts: 1
    My husband has arrange for our daughter to go to my parents for the night and is taking me out, to celebrate my successful hysterectomy which has transformed my life! 
  • KazKenn24KazKenn24 Posts: 51 ✭✭
    Katie1 said:
    My husband has arrange for our daughter to go to my parents for the night and is taking me out, to celebrate my successful hysterectomy which has transformed my life! 
    That's lovely Katie. 
    Have a brilliant time ☺ 
  • DrPepperDrPepper Posts: 3
    i’ll be home on my own as have a long distance relationship but i have a lovely boyfriend and i’m not bothered about valentine’s day ❤️
  • shw58shw58 Posts: 1
    We'll be going out a nice meal - celebrating 36 Valentine's Days together  <3
  • inbetweeninbetween Posts: 3
    We will be taking our son to a university interview! It will be a nice trip to the seaside though   :3
  • Disciple19Disciple19 Posts: 1
    It's going to be a busy day for us as the removal lorry arrives on the 15th!
  • TADTAD Posts: 2
    I'll be spending it at home with a cosy evening in with my hubby. We met a few days after Valentine's Day so celebrate that too. 
    But perimenopause is causing probs and this may just help! 🤔😶😏😓
  • MsMcrMsMcr Posts: 1
    Night in with my other half. He's cooking.
  • BarefootgirlBarefootgirl Posts: 1
    Opening my birthday presents, and hopefully eating some cake! 
  • KazKenn24KazKenn24 Posts: 51 ✭✭
    Opening my birthday presents, and hopefully eating some cake! 
    Awww! Happy Birthday to you!! ☺ 
  • DebM8DebM8 Posts: 1
    I’ll be packing a case! It’s our 21st Valentines Day together and we are finally going away for a weekend break! First time in many many years, And boy do we need some us time! 
  • MissMyDaddy18MissMyDaddy18 Posts: 1
    My husband & I have been through VERY tough time .... I couldn't have children, & ended up needing a total hysterectomy.  I was then diagnosed with fibromyalgia . Then we found out my darling Dad had terminal cancer & we lost him exactly 8 weeks later,  on 15th Oct 2018. Christmas was SO very VERY  difficult , after which we found out my brother in law has cancer.  I suffer multiple health problems including mental health problems too, & I am struggling so hard with my grief  at moment. My husband has been amazing support & I will be spoiling him & then in Aug we celebrate 10 yrs anniversary . We met on internet where we chatted for 10 mins before deciding to meet .... he moved in with me two days later & we have been together 15 years this November. I love him more & more each day. He is my absolute rock xx 
  • ZZMalaZZMala Posts: 1
    I’ll be doing nothing absolutely nothing. Perfick 💕💕💕
  • Bambi100Bambi100 Posts: 1
    Got to stay late for a work meeting so maybe will delay until Fri and have a meal out together 
  • daisy20daisy20 Posts: 1
    I am an independent woman, not single, not lonely without a partner so I am going to enjoy valentines day just like every other day. Never saying never to finding the right man but to quote Coldfeet - better to be on your own than with the wrong one 
  • DonnaPDonnaP Posts: 2
    This Valentine's Day, I will be without my husband who is working until very late in the evening, but I will be surrounded by all things "LOVE" as I will be decorating the Lounge, in the Nursing Home where I work as a Senior Care Assistant, for a Valentine's Day party for the residents, many of whom have dementia and then helping out during the party/entertainment  before I leave to attend my daughter's school performance of We Will Rock You.
    My daughter has Autism and attends a specialist school for children with ASD and they all work very hard towards the performance.
    Looking forward to a Valentine's Day full of smiles.
  • KazKaz Posts: 223 mod
    DonnaP said:
    This Valentine's Day, I will be without my husband who is working until very late in the evening, but I will be surrounded by all things "LOVE" as I will be decorating the Lounge, in the Nursing Home where I work as a Senior Care Assistant, for a Valentine's Day party for the residents, many of whom have dementia and then helping out during the party/entertainment  before I leave to attend my daughter's school performance of We Will Rock You.
    My daughter has Autism and attends a specialist school for children with ASD and they all work very hard towards the performance.
    Looking forward to a Valentine's Day full of smiles.
    Sounds lovely @DonnaP 😊
  • DiDiDiDi Posts: 1
    edited February 12

    This valentines night will be spent having a lovely quiet meal with my boyfriend. I’m suffering greatly with the menopause and don’t feel very good about myself at the moment so we’re going to be spending the evening indoors . Having good food and a lovely bottle of sparkly.

    i do think I deserve to win Elvie as I don’t usually win anything and it would give me a lift 🤞🌹

  • Kaz27Kaz27 Posts: 1

    Spending Valentines evening with friends cooking a meal for them all as a thank you for looking after me post lower back surgery.

  • Sol1Sol1 Posts: 3

    Went out to our local Italian restaurant. It was lovely and we both really enjoyed. No passion though as we were both tired lol

  • SassisamSassisam Posts: 1

    For Valentine's myself and my husband went to a lovely Indian restaurant together just the 2 of us for the first time since having children. That's 9yrs. We always take the children with us normally but changed that this year. The food was amazing and I loved being able to just concentrate on us for those couple of hours. We had an amazing evening together x

  • Julie20Julie20 Posts: 73 mod

    I spent it with my daughter watching trashy TV cuddling up with my dogs.. been single for 4 years and happy that way :)

  • emilyroseemilyrose Posts: 68 Community Admin

    Hi everyone! Better late than never, we're happy to announce the randomly chosen winner of our Elvie giveaway is... @DonnaP !

    Donna, please send us an email with your postal address to [email protected], and we'll send out the freebie in today's post!

    Everyone else - thanks so much for entering, and keep your eyes peeled for more giveaways on the forum soon :)

    Take care! Emily xx

  • DonnaPDonnaP Posts: 2

    Thank you very much.

    What a lovely surprise.

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