Tehran (IP) - For the first time, Iran will export the device 'Higgs' with the same quality and the technology will soon be exported to the United States.

Iran PressIran News: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press on Friday, the vice-chairman of Media knowledge-based company Mostafa Farahi said that the Higgs device, invented by Iranian experts, had succeeded in receiving the European CE and recently entered East Africa, Russia, and even European markets.

The CE marking is the manufacturer's declaration that the product meets EU standards for health, safety, and environmental protection. 

Farahi told IP that the device directly affects the muscles and eliminates pelvic floor problems and no longer requires surgery and post-operation treatments that are time-consuming and energy-sapping or even a long recovery period besides the heavy costs.

"More than one hundred medical centers, doctors, specialists, and medical science centers collaborated to invent Higgs which is a great achievement for Iran," Mostafa Farahi, the vice-chairman of Mederia said.

Rapid, definitive, and alert treatment, no need for anesthesia, being non-invasive, painless, no recovery period, no need for medication, wound-free, and age limitlessness are the main features of Higgs.

One of the problems that thirty percent of women are struggling with is the pelvic floor problem 'Vaginismus' which causes formidable challenges.

Madaria Co, in collaboration with an American Mid-Result Co, has invented the technology for the first time in the world that can solve Vaginismus.

Vaginismus is a condition involving a muscle spasm in the pelvic floor muscles. It can make it painful, difficult, or impossible to have sexual intercourse, to undergo a gynecological exam, and insert a tampon.

After ten years of consecutive research and test, the device 'Higgs' has been invented.


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