Allay Relief Patch FAQ’s

What is The Allay Period Relief Patch?

The Allay Period Relief Patch is a revolutionary, drug-free treatment for the pain and discomfort associated with menstruation. The product utilizes advanced state-of-the-art, battery operated microchip technology to deliver continuous electromagnetic therapy that quickly reduces edema, inflammation, pain and discomfort. The unit consists of a control module that contains the computerized microchip and battery, which is connected to a flexible loop that bends to meet the contours of a woman’s body. The control unit and loop are contained within a soft, hypoallergenic biodegradable sleeve that comfortably worn against the skin at the site of menstrual pain, cramping and discomfort. The technology on which the Allay Period Relief Patch is based is well proven in hundreds of scientific studies and papers.

What’s Revolutionary about the Allay Period Relief Patch and is it Safe?

Use of the Allay Period Relief Patch is extremely safe. The amount of current generated by the product is approximately 1/10 of that generated by an ordinary cell phone. The Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field therapy (PEMF) on which the Allay Period Relief Patch is based has been widely available for many decades in doctor’s offices and other clinical settings and has proven to be both safe and effective over hundreds of thousands of uses. These older machines, however, were very large and expensive and not suitable for home use and certainly were in no way portable. The inventors the Allay Period Relief Patch have used advanced semiconductor micro-circuitry to shrink this technology into a highly portable device that is wafer thin and can be worn directly against the skin. This product is truly a high tech, revolutionary advancement in medical technology and pain relief.

Modern PEMF therapies were first developed in Japan after World War II and quickly moved to Europe where during the period from 1960 to 1985 nearly all European countries designed and manufactured such systems. During the 1970s, PEMF technologies were further refined resulting in the first U.S. Government Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approvals for the use for the treatment of pain and edema in soft tissues. There are currently hundreds of peer-reviewed articles dating back all the way to the early part of last century documenting both the safety and effectiveness of this technology. The low-level PEMF therapy produced by the Allay Period Relief Patch is gently absorbed by the body and is not noticeable, even though the device is continuously working to reduce swelling, inflammation and pain.

While proven safe in hundreds of thousand of uses, there are a few items to consider before using the product.  The product should not be used by anyone under 18 years of age, anyone who may be pregnant or think they may be pregnant and should always be used in conjunction with advice from the user’s personal physician. The Allay Period Relief Patch should only be used to treat occasional and/or periodic pain, cramping and discomfort associated with menstruation. If you should experience continuing pain or discomfort after menstruation, spotting or bleeding between periods, or should you have any other related concern, you should immediately contact your personal physician for a thorough examination.

Is Allay Period Relief Patch cleared by Government Agencies such as the FDA, Health Canada and the European Union?

The Allay Period Relief Patch is approved by Health Canada for over-the-counter sales and has received the coveted CE Mark (European Common Market) blanket approval for over-the-counter sales within all European Union countries. Additionally, the product is approved for over-the-counter sales in more than 30 other countries around the world. In all these areas, you simply walk into most drug stores or pharmacies and buy the product over the counter.

The technology on which the Allay Period Relief Patch is based, Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field therapy (PEMF) has received numerous U.S. government FDA clearances for various indications. The manufacturer of the Allay Period Relief Patch, BioElectronics Corp. has received FDA approval for its specific version of its technology for the treatment of edema (swelling) and has the appropriate documentation on file with the FDA.  

How do I receive my Allay Period Relief Patch?

Getting your own Allay Period Relief Patch is easy. Simply click on the “Order Now” button on this website and you will be directed to a questionnaire where we will gather information about if this device is suitable for your use.  Assuming you qualify, your Allay Period Relief Patch will be promptly sent out to you. The vast majority of women will qualify for use of the device, but of course women who are pregnant or have some types of serious mental conditions should not use the device. 

How do I use the Allay Period Relief Patch?

Directions for use of the Allay Period Relief Patch are thoroughly outlined in another section of this website and easy to follow directions are included in each package.  The control unit and the attached flexible loop are contained in a soft, hypo-allergenic, biodegradable sleeve. The sleeve containing the unit is placed next to the skin at the sight of edema (swelling), pain, cramping or discomfort with most women simply tucking it into their panties. The most comfortable position for most is to place the sleeve sideways, and many other women prefer to place the sleeve and up and down position.

How long will the Allay Period Relief Patch Last?

This maximum power output is maintained for at least 360 hours, which allows for continuous use for three, five day periods. Of course, it is important to turn the unit off when not being used.  Often times, the units will last even longer, but full power is only guaranteed for 360 hours. The red light on the control unit indicates the unit is functioning properly – when the light goes out simply discard the unit – it safe for normal disposal.

What are the pertinent product warnings?

The Allay Period Relief Patch should not be used by persons with a cardiac pacemaker, cardioverter defibrillator, neurostimulator or any active medical implant that is within the area of application, and of course, should not be used by any women who are pregnant or think she may be pregnant. While the device is manufactured according to very strict FDA and international standards, it is not intended for use as a sterile device. If using near or over an open wound, cover the wound with sterile gauze prior to application. While the sleeve that contains the device is manufactured from a dye-free, biodegradable hypoallergenic fabric, making skin irritation and likely, users should discontinue use if a rash or skin irritation develops and avoid using the product until a physician is consulted.

It is also important not to stand, walk, or put the body weight on the unit as this may damage the circuitry. Always consult a qualified healthcare practitioner to evaluate your condition prior to using this product. If pain, swelling or irritation persists or worsens, discontinue use and seek medical attention immediately.

What is your product warranty?

Our product guarantee is very simple – If you’re not satisfied, neither are we. If for any reason within 30 days of purchase you are not 100% satisfied with our product or with your experience using the product we will promptly refund your purchase price.

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