TENS Unit Rentals
TENS units release a low frequency electric current through the skin and help to naturally block your body’s ability to perceive pain. Great for pregnancy, labor and postpartum.
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How much does it cost to rent?
The five week rental fee is $58. This includes the TENS unit, lanyard, 1 sets of leads, 1 set of batteries, instruction manual, pain relief guide and carrying case) and a personal pack of four electrodes, which are for individual use. Click here to view more options and rent your TENS unit online today!
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What Our Clients Are Saying:
Thank you so much for the rental. I arrived at the hospital with my TENS unit on and it turned out I was already 10 cm dilated! Baby was born 2 hours later. I’ll be spreading the word!Sadie
The Obi TENS unit was a complete game changer. It allowed me to feel like I had some control in managing the intense back pains that accompanied my contractions. I truly believe that using the was TENS unit is what helped me get over a massive hurdle and achieve the natural birth I so deeply wanted. I will absolutely make sure I have a unit on hand when it is time for baby 2!Meghann & Eugene
I did not want to use pain medication in labor, so I was interested in using alternative coping techniques for pain management. I ended up having a longer labor, and used the TENS unit for almost 12 hours. I could turn up the intensity of the stimulation during contractions to distract myself from the pain. The combination of the TENS unit and breathing allowed me to get through the hardest parts of active labor without pain meds.Amanda
My midwife suggested the TENS unit to me to help manage my sciatica in late pregnancy and labor. It was amazing and enabled me to stay in control of my pain and labor. Thanks Birth You Desire, I will be telling all my friends about them!Sarah