Designed By Women Who Understand

The UK's Best Selling Pelvic Toner

Noticeable Results Within Weeks

  • Medical
    Medical
  • Official
    Official

Kegel8 Ultra Plus Electronic Pelvic Toner

As of November 5th 2013, this has been upgraded to the Kegel8 Ultra 20 with 20 clinically proven programmes. Click here to find out more.

More Info...

Order on the phone: Call 01482 496932, quote SKU: 80615

Description

Kegel8 Ultra 20

Delivery & Returns

Fast delivery and FREE returns if you’re not delighted with your purchase from Kegel8

Royal Mail fast and discreet delivery or UPS for Next Day Express delivery

Expert Advice – our Kegel8 Customer Service Team is on hand to help you 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday

Additional Information

SKU / Product Code 80615
Weight (kg) 0.4950
Product Rating
5 star :
72%
( 52 )
4 star :
19%
( 14 )
3 star :
6%
( 4 )
2 star :
1%
( 1 )
1 star :
1%
( 1 )
Total : 72 Reviews
Sort by: sorting arrow

Items 1 to 10 of 72 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. ...
  7. 8
Excellent Product Review by Ellie
Product Rating
Quick delivery, discrete packaging and all the information you require is supplied to start using the Kegel8 immediately. Only used this product for a week and have found it really good and have experienced some positive sensations. Hopefully in another 10 weeks I will see some real benefit to my problem area. It is great to know that someone understands the problems that women experience and is there when needed.
Thank you. (Posted on 10 November 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(4 of 5 people found this review helpful)
DONT HESITATE TO BUUY ONE Review by PALM SPRINGS
Product Rating
My mother has recently suffered a prolapse and until now I never realised how common a problem this was. Coupled with the fact I have recently had a cold and was fed up of leaking when coughing and sneezing. I am 42 and have had three large babies so my pelvic floor has taken battering. I use the kegal 8 on programme 3 and programme 8 at around 60ma. I have had this machine for two weeks and oh my god i cant believe it but can now cough and sneeze with barely any leakage. I know this is early days and cant wait until i have been using it for the recommended 12 weeks if i have seen such good results in a short apace of time.
I never write reviews but I feel it is important to let other ladies know this machine does work, I put off buying it for a while due to the price and was sceptical, but i eventually thought that i shouldnt have to put up with leaking it was making me miserable.
Plus its not that expensive when you consider it is your personal well being and health you are buying it for. Trust me my mum is facing surgery for her prolapse and i will do everything i can to avoid this. I feel better about myself, and have recommended my sister also buy one as she had the same problems as me. Its a pity the medical profession dont advertise and advise us more on these products as in the long run they would save a fortune in future operations for people.
I cant believe the fast results i would say dont hestitate and buy one you will be glad you did its an amazing machine. (Posted on 16 October 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(9 of 10 people found this review helpful)
It works! Review by YAM
Product Rating
I bought this product for my mother. She has had 6 children - all natural births - and so I wasn't that surprised when she asked me if I knew of anything that might help with her bladder weakness.

The Kegel8 Ultra Plus is easy to hold, and the screen is quite big, so it's easy to read. There aren't a lot of buttons and the instruction booklet provides a diagram describing each feature, so it's fairly straightforward to know what each button does. The purple box they send it in is actually quite pretty, so it's easy to store!

My mother has been using this twice a day for about 3 weeks now, and says that she has already seen an improvement, as she is able to sleep through the night without having to get up to use the bathroom.

The instructions for its use are not the best though. It took a while to figure out that:
1. The two metal plates on the probe should face the east/west position (i.e. point to your hips);
2. You need to get the mAs up to at least 30 to really start seeing results; and
3. You can only increase the mAs once the probe is inserted - you can't set them if the probe is outside your body.

In light of the physical benefits (and the mental benefits of better self-esteem!), I would not hesitate to recommend this product. (Posted on 18 September 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(10 of 11 people found this review helpful)
Don't make the same mistake as I did! Review by Adnil
Product Rating
I bought my kegel 8 in November last year because of stress incontinence and generally things not being as tight as I would have liked.
I am writing this review because I don't want anyone else to make the mistake I made...
I started using the machine on P03 but thought it was odd as I couldn't feel things contracting but thought maybe things were even worse than I thought. After a while I thought I would try a custom programm in order to increase the work out and I have to say that I think things have improved slightly (maybe because any exercise is better than none, or maybe I was subconsciously contracting around the probe anyway - who knows), however...
I today discovered that I can increase the mA level and now realise just how good this machine really can be.
I had been using the machine all this time (intermittently, admittedly, as it wasn't giving me the fantastic results I was hoping for) on 1mA.
I am not usually this dense and the only defence I have is that on page 9 of my instructions it looks like the number next to the mA indicator shows how many hours used and although this figure didn't seem to be increasing even though I had used it I didn't really worry about it.
Also in the quick start instructions 5 "press the +button, you will see the mA change to 1, this will start your exercise programme" - I did this, I just didn't twig that I had to press it more than once.
I have today used P03 with mA's in the 30's and boy, do I now know what this machine can do.
If you read this review and chuckle at my stupidity, at least I have made you smile, but if my review stops just one person doing the same as I did and maybe giving up with the machine, then it has done it's job.
I am now looking forward to the results I had hoped for when I bought the machine. (Posted on 26 August 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(19 of 20 people found this review helpful)
Complete Pelvic Floor Workout - Feel Great On The Inside! Review by Alicia
Product Rating
I purchased my Kegel8 Ultra Plus around 4 years ago & prior to shipping, had a chat with Steph' in Customer Services, who advised that I could have my machine pre-programmed for use with both Vaginal (A-Side) as well as anal (B-Side) functions. So Jo at Kegel8 kindly did this for me at the time of ordering & hence my Kegel8 Ultra Plus arrived all pre-programmed & ready to use for COMPLETE workouts of my WHOLE pelvic-floor 'canopy' (back to front area of muscles). The reason I opted for this is because our pelvic floor muscles are all designed to work together, so I figured what's the point in exercising just one section, having just one part of my muscles in good spec'? Now, I can happily say, Kegel8 Ultra has become like my best friend, I use it EVERY DAY, even taking it with me on holidays & I've never looked back. Having given birth to 5 children (2 of which were twin births), my body had taken a pounding, so I needed the very best product available to get myself back to tip-top health. I have since taken part in an NHS-funded survey, whereby I was measured for vaginal tightness/fitness, with scores of 0 - 5 (with 0 being very slack, no tone/resistance & 5 being the tightest). I was delighted to score a 4.5, so it goes without saying, Kegel8 Ultra Plus does the job & I would never be without mine. (Posted on 24 August 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(11 of 12 people found this review helpful)
If only I knew several years ago.... Review by Sue
Product Rating
I have not long ago had a vaginal hysterectomy and bladder prolapse repair and sent home with a sheet of instructions for pelvic floor exercises. I could not tell if I were doing them correctly or if any gains were made. Basically I stumbled on on Kegel8 whilst searching for more information and was sceptical but thought though expensive, it's my long term health involved. I didn't want to be an incontinent and smelly older lady in a few years time so I took the plunge. I can now feel the muscles being worked and no longer suffer with stress incontinence. If I knew then what I know now maybe my recent operation could have been avoided because I would have had good muscle tone. (Posted on 13 August 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(8 of 9 people found this review helpful)
Wish I had bought this years ago Review by Miller
Product Rating
I have been struggling with stress incontinence and frequency for many years but had managed to keep it under control with pads, and knowing where every single loo in the area can be found. It was affecting my life significantly. When I mentioned it to my (female) GP, she was dismissive - " it happens as you get older". At 40, I didn't think much of that but carried on. A few months ago I developed urge incontinence and in desperation discovered that I could self-refer to the gynae-physiotherapy team in this county. Thank goodness I did. At my first session I asked the physio about Kegel 8 and she told me how good they are. I purchased one that day (arrived 24 hours later - very impressed) and haven't looked back. Six weeks later, I have definite improvement. The frequency is reducing and I can now sneeze without leaking. I am definitely feeling "tighter". Amazing service and so friendly when I phoned the helpline with an idiotic query! Didn't treat me like a fool at all and I would happily call again if needed. I use Kegel 8 twice a day (prog 3 in the morning and 9 in the evening). I will report back after three months on further improvement. I wish every woman was given one of these on the NHS. I cannot recommend this strongly enough. If you are wondering if it is worth investing in one of these - 100% yes. (Posted on 28 July 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(17 of 18 people found this review helpful)
Rather impressed! Review by Ange
Product Rating
It was only after seraching the internet I discovered that there were things you could do for bladder weaknessess. Something I have had problems for several years and the issue was becoming worse rather than better.
I purchased the Kegal8 as it seemed to match my needs and although expensive I considered that a minor point if it was successful.
It takes a lot for me to be impressed but I have to admit I am. For me it has worked already, in a matter of weeks. I can now sneeze, laugh and cough without worrying :) I intend to continue using the system until I can play sport in comfort and hopefully try out the trampoline again! (Posted on 27 May 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(10 of 13 people found this review helpful)
I wish I had bought one sooner Review by Roxy
Product Rating
I'm 66 and have had 3 children - all natural births - the last one was very big. I knew I had a leakage problem and was already using the tight and tone but only occasionally. Then I went for a medical through my work and was diagnosed with a 2nd degree prolapse. My own GP has been less than helpful so I decided to carry on with the self help and seek advice from Kegel8. The staff were very helpful. I bought the ultra plus nearly 3 weeks ago on their advice. They have answered my questions and given me advice on how frequently I should use it and which programmes to use. I know I have to be patient - its only a few weeks since I started to use it, but I do feel I am making progress and it has given me real positive hope for the future. I'm so glad I bought it - its worth every penny. I just wish I had done this a year ago. (Posted on 16 May 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(13 of 14 people found this review helpful)
i would recommend Review by bang
Product Rating
Only used this for less than 2 weeks so cannot give a true review, all i can say is that i will keep on using it as i have notice a small improvement when i sneeze. Quick start instructions are easy to follow. (Posted on 14 May 2013)
Do you find this review helpful?  Yes No
(4 of 6 people found this review helpful)

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Kegel8 Ultra Plus Electronic Pelvic Toner


Product Questions

hi.i m 27 years old having 2 years baby...By mistake ,i had one medicine 10th day after my delivery ,which ended up in high loose motion vomiting ......i was loosing my sense ....i suppose becoz of that i m having 2nd stage uterine prolapse....Doctor advised me to do kegel exercise ....its being 3 months and there is no recovery ....when i take rest ,its fine ....when i do some work ...it comes down again ...I m having lower back pain...I think i m not doing the exercise properly ...Can this product help me out ...which one will suit me best .....I don't want to go for operation ...PLs help me out....
13
Hi
Just wondering been using for few weeks but keep getting achey pain in abdomin not sure if it's related to using machine also feel the ache when I do a regular kegel lift and hold am I using the kegel ultra 20 incorrectly is that causing my pain also had few issues with scar tissue been more raised from repair to a year is that due to muscles being excersised and what can I do about this find scar tissue is getting to be uncomfortable
Thanks
11
i have been using the ultra plus for a vaginal prolapse as yet not much improvement been using for about 7 weeks . after the 45 minute pelvic workout is it normal to feel achy afterwards. also i am getting alot of aching in my bottom when ive been walking round a while is this because of my prolapse or could it be the start of a rectal one?
11
Can I be a nuisence and ask another couple of questions. Are there any contra- indications for using the kegel8 ultra to help treat/manage a prolapse. One of the reasons I ask is that I had an abnormal smear 10 years ago which was successfully treated with loop diathermy. I have had annual smears for the past 10 years following this and all of my smears since treatment, thakfully have been normal but my physiotherapist said electrical stimulation is not recomended for people who had an abnormal smear in the past and just to stick to the exercises she has given me. I just feel to correct my prolapse with manual exercises alone is going to be a long job and i will need to perform dozens and dozens of pulls. I had hoped to do both manual and electircal to really get my pelvic floor muscles into shape. I appreciate your response and thank you in aticipation of your reply. sue
10
I just want to tighten up as i seem to have lost all feeling when having intercourse. I am 53yrs old and had a hysterectomy 3yrs ago. Which would be best for me. x
8
I had my 3rd child 2 weeks ago . I suffer from grade 2 uterine prolapse + cystocele both got worse now. I bought kegal ultra plus few days ago.
Which programe is best to use ?
What ma what number I should start with?
Should I be feeling muscle contraction when using machine ?
8
I am 49 and have had 2 children. Last November I had an operation to insert a sling to support my bladder for stress incontinence and a prolapse. It has helped with jogging, sneezing etc but my pelvic floor seems to have gone completely as I now leak urine and cant feel it. I have been doing the exercises but it has just got worse. i dont currently have a partner but I have had no or little feeling internally during sex for years. I am hoping the Kegel might help. Which one would be best for me and how often and for how long would I need to use it each day. Thanks
8
Can i use the ultra 20 if I have hpv and interstitial cystitis
8
I am 59 years of age and I am suffering from a bladder prolapse. It seems to have got worse since the beginning of the year. I am using a pelvic floor toner which has eased the urge problem but I don't feel it is helping my prolapse. Do you think the Kegal 8 would help my prolapse rather than the toner I am using? What benefits can it offer to me in my position?, Also which kegal would suit me best for my problem?
Many thanks
8
Hi, I am 62 years and had a hysterectomy when I was 45 and a vaginal wall prolapse repair when I was 58. I am now dealing with a very severe bladder prolapse, which Kegal do I need and will it help me?
8
i once went to a physiotherapist for urine incontenance who used something that seems like a larger version of the kegel8, you could see the muscle contractions on the screen. Although she laughed at what a baby i was and how low she had to set the machine, it worked brilliantly and after the course was completed i did not get a recurrence of the problem

oh i am 65 and have had a hysterectomy about 15 years ago.

I recently have been feeling a bit heavy and sore as if everything is not quite in place and thought i would try the kegel 8. I am not sure what i should be feeling when i use it. I have it turned up to 40 before i get any sensation at all, and then there is a burning feeling, i need to get up to 60 before i feel any muscle movement and that is quite slight. I don't want to go any higher because of the stinging sensation.

i was wondering if this is what it is supposed to feel like or i have it in far enough it seems to be fully inserted with the hilt just on the outside.

having said all this, even after one session i am a lot more comfortable and feel encouraged to persevere.
8
I have decided to order the Kegel8 Ultra Plus to treat my prolapse as recomended by you but could you please explain a little more about having the two probes of different sizes and the benefits of this. Thankyou sue.
7
I have been using your ultra plus since around october 2012 for prolapse it has gone from a grade 3 to what my physio describes as "a good grade 2" all well and good but the ridged part that was once high up inside the vagina is still low to the entrance while i was pregnant was still quite high inside .My daughter is now nearly ten moths old. i bought the ultra plus on the advice of your site that it would be the best thing for me ,the trouble is although my physio said on the whole i am quite small inside to me still feels quite loose and have to hold the probe in place all the time which is quite annoying and uncomfortable tampons even the larger ones slip downwards after only an hour or so of use and its extremely frustrating and inconvenient.. i have just read above that one of the machines has a programme that helps to tighten but is only available on that one certain machine does that mean then i would have to shell out another hundred plus pounds to benefit from this programme? why isnt this programme available as an option on all machines or available as an add on so we can be sent the programme via e mail to put in our existing machine step by step. i am back at my physio in 4 weeks by which time i have to discuss with her whether to progress with surgery which i really didnt want to do unless absolutely necessary. This would cost alot of money to find a 2nd time and because of the heavy lifting involved i am now unable to return to my retail job once my maternity leave finishes. therefor funding the cost of another machine at this time would be nigh on impossible. i really dont want to go through surgery if i can avoid it at 34 years old. i think this programme could really help me . it would be beneficial if we could by the programme seperately to programme ourselves. if you could get back to me on this i would really appreciate it. i'm running out of time and would love to be able to avoid surgery if possible for as long as possible, thankyou x
7
Hi!
I'm 26, have 2 babies: 1 & 2 years. My pelvic floor is weak, I can even see the front and back muscle with a mirror. I also want a better orgasm and to tighten my pelvic floor for better sensation for my husband. I also started to go to toilet oftener. But I don't have prolapse. I've ordered kegel8 tight and tone plus, used it for a few days, then my younger child through it into the water. That is so sad, i liked the way it worked. So I'm planning to buy another one.
Could you advise me the right kegel? I m really worried adout the weakness of the front and back muscles.. Perhaps I need another better probe?
Thank you!
7
Hi
Can i use this product at 22 weeks pregnant?
I have been having incidents with a few weeks.
7
Hi I have brought the kegal8 ultra an have been trying to use it twice a day the problem is I forget easily an have to keep reading the instructions as to what is the best program/s I should use I have really bad leaks sometimes an unexpected so asked a question before an was advised to use program 3 an 9 what I wanted to know is if there is any other programs I could use an how long is safe for me to use it for as I am impatient although I understand it's going to take time but just need advice really an I'm worried I'm not either putting it in properly or how far an does it make a difference if you put it in too far or can you only put it in a little? Thankyou
7
I hav had this product 4 a couple of days and have been using prolapse programme twice a day and It feels as if my prolapse has got worse
7
Hi, I am seriously considering buying either the Ultra or the Ultra+, but have a few questions first, after reading the reviews. I am a bit concerned about the lack of sufficient instructions (according to several people), because of the possibility of internal bruising and pain and especially urinary tract infection, one problem seeming to be how far to insert the Kegel8. Also, is it suitable after a hysterectomy, I had mine about 10 years ago (I'm 66) and have stress incontinence and possibly a slight bladder prolapse.
Thank you.
Kind regards,
Carol
7
I have had a prolape operation for my bladder 10 weeks ago, is it to early to use the kegel8 or should i wait a bit longer?
7
I recently purchased the "Kegel Ultra" as it seemed the best for stress incontinence which was my immediate concern, now reading some of the questions on your website I am wondering if the "Ultra" has a programme that can do the job of your "vitality" machine which makes everything much more tighter and sensitive during sex. I am already alternating P03, P08 and P09 but only really have time to use the machine daily. Please would you be able to advise if I am already getting the maximum results or if I need to think about a different programme or machine. Thank you
7
My Mum has told me she thinks her prolapse has started, she has been experiencing leaks and can feel a deep painful pressing down feeling in that area. When she looked with a mirror, she saw what looked like a pink egg. She is off to the doctors soon, but I wondered if the use of this product was too late for her, or if there was a chance of recovery, or at at least management of it.
Thanks Amanda
7
Hi!
I'm 18 and I've never had children, but over a year ago I developed really bad incontinence. I'd suddenly without warning have the urge to go and I'd only have a few seconds before I went - and I wouldn't be able to stop it. I had quite a few embarrassing accidents. It began just with leaks at first, when I coughed or sneezed, but steadily it got worse. I saw my gynecologist and was prescribed some tablets that would re-train my bladder, and it became a little better. In the last few months though I've been having leaks more often, like I did in the beginning, and I'm worried it'll be as bad as it used to. I was hoping you could tell me which Kegel would be best for me, and also if I can even use one as I'm still a virgin?
7
Hi, I have a bladder prolapse and have lost most of the sensation of contractions while having intercourse due to the fact that my prolapse has widen me so much. Could you tell me which one would be best for me? I live in the USA and also want to know if you ship there.
7
I purchased a Kegel8 Ultra and would love a recommendation on which program/s to use please? 5 years ago I had a hysterectomy due to uterus prolapse. I also had surgery to correct a bladder and rectal prolapse as well as a sling put on my bladder. Before the sling I would leak during exercise, sneezing etc. The sling has fixed the leaking however I still have an extremely weak pelvic floor. I am "loose" and would like to tighten up as well as increase sensitivity as I don't seem to have much feeling since the surgery. I usually try program 9 is this the best one for me?
6
Hi

I used my kegel8 for the first time today and i couldn't feel anything. I tried a few programmes but the MA (not sure what that is) was alternating between 1 and zero but the booklet showed them much higher. What am i doing wrong?

any help would be very much appreciated. Thank You
6
Please would you advise as to which machine would be best for me. I'm 60 just finished menopause I've had a slight problem for years that when I cough or sneeze I leak but I've just started having a real problem I've had a cough and when I start coughing and can't stop I am wetting myself as much as I would if I was sitting on the toilet. Quick help needed !!!
6
I had a hysterectomy 19 years ago for a prolapsed womb after high forceps deliveries. 10 weeks ago I had a vaginal vault repair with a bladder repair and slight repair to the back wall also. I understand my vagina is now shorter and possibly narrower than before so am not sure which KegalUltra to buy. I am about 14lb oveweight since having thyroid difficulties for the past few years. Perhaps ou can advise. Thanks
6
I am interested in buying one of you products but not sure what model. I think it must be between The Kegel8 ultra vitality and the Kegel ultra plus. Can you advise me please? I am in my early 60's and had a total hysterectomy 3 years ago I also have a vaginal prolapse which I have had for at least 15 years (but not bad enough for surgery) however it does affect things in the bedroom department as things are a bit slack down there! Fortunately I do not have leakage yet but when I have to go I have to go quickly. Do you think there is any hope for me and if so which model should I go for? Thanks for any advice.
6
Hi

I'm 27 and have just delivered my second daughter (3 weeks pp)

I discovered about 1 week pp that I have what I believe to be a cystocele- possibly more too, but based on google images I definately have a cysyocele (to ke it reminds me of a longish beehive shape) i havent managed to get to see gp yet as pretty impossible at moment with a baby and 2 year old.

My story is that I have always (secretly) suffered with incontinance of some sorts... Rushing to toilet and not making it in time so having leaks, plus the crossing legs and can't move as il wet myself- cringe. I didn't particularly notice things get worse after dd1 as I'd always had these issues. I was prepared to deal with this as drs never took me seriously and sent me off with a kegel instruction print out, however I really struggle to do them as seriously can't feel anything and get frustrated telling my body to do them and it can't, also can't stop urine flow etc. I don't know where to go from here.

What kegel8 would work for me? I'm guessing my prolapse is a grade 2 as its defibately visable and I can feel it right after vagina entrance but its not bulging outside.

Please help me, I had pnd after dd1 and want to enjoy with dd2 but struggling knowing this is happening to me. Also I lost intamacy with partner after dd1 due to the depression and this time I'm longing to be close to him, he feels the same but I haven't discussed prolapse with him feel so scared. Will he immediately notice the prolapse?

Many thanks.
6
Hi im 20 & have a one year old son, i want to buy one of the machines but not sure which one will suit! Feel very loose down there & get a strong urge to urinate sometimes, which machine would you recommend?
Thanks.
5
I have a bladder prolapse and am considering purchasing a kegel 8 but am concerned it seems to be trial and error to find the right place. are there clinics to show how to use please?
5
Hi, i'm due to have a vaginal hysterectomy very soon,and have been told i will need to master pelvic floor exercises. I would like to know if you would recommend that i use the Kegel8 as part of my pelvic floor exercise regime. I am 70 years of age, and want to get myself back to good health. Would appreciate any help you can offer me.
Regards Patty.
5
Hello, I am 74 this month and suffering so much urge incontinence that it is limiting the time I can be out walking my dogs. I wear a long coat to cover the wet patch on my trousers. I wear Tene pads normal all the time. I insist on walking on my own, making excuses, as I know I will leak.
I have been having appointments at the hospital but they say I have movement on the muscles, but not much "pinch". I am getting desperate and depressed. There is so much I would like t o join in with outside in the countryside, but need a country loo so often it is embarrassing.
I had five pregnancies up to 28 years old and a pelvic floor repair in my 40's. I take medication to expand the bladder with a large 750ml of water first thing and herbal teas.
All I have been advised to do is pelvic floor exercises, but I do not feel that I am "in touch" with the muscles. I do them many times a day.
Being a pensioner I must be sure I do not waste money but having read all your reviews, wonder if your Kegel8 can help me get my freedom from the bathroom and washing machine back.
5
What level do you use to tighten you middle muscles for more grip?
5
Hi,

I'm 38 and I have 2 children the youngest is 4. I recently (September) started back horseriding. At the start I was just wearing a pad because I was not confident enough without it. Last week this did not help at all, doing the sitting trot means I have to put my bum deep in the seat and my hips forward so it turned out disasterious for me. I need to know what machine you would recommend for me in order to gain my confidence back. I'm looking for results as quick as possible as I really enjoy horse riding and dont want to have to stay away for long. My first baby was 10 pound 15 and a forceps delivery.

Many thanks in advance
5
Hi i am suffering from stress incontenience and would like to purchase one of your machines can you recommend which one.

Thanks

Sandra
5
I have recently bought the kegal8 Ultra Plus pelvic toner and have used twice a day for the last couple of days. I've been using on the P09 setting and trying to use near the max ma....About 80 - 90. I've not had a prolapse, nor do I suffer with any kind of incontinence. The reason I bought it was simply because I had a nasty miscarriage (five months) which resulted in an infection. I consequently had to go to hospital to have my womb cleared of any blood clots and infection.....This was about 12yrs ago, but I was always told by my GP to to kegal exercises, which I never did. Well, sometimes I would, but only occasionally. So basically, I just want to know how long should it take to tighten these muscles?? Is it a gradual process? Also,could I speed things up for a quicker result by using more often - say, 3 or 4 times a day? I'm 32 years old with no children. I would be grateful for any feedback. Also, once the sample gel has been used, would something like ky jelly be just as affective?? I've just not got the finances to keep buying the gel!! Thankyou
4
Hi,
I bought kegal 8 ultra pelvic toner 2 weeks ago for my vaginal prolapse(moderate) and frequent visit for toilet. 1st week i was only used po2 morning and night Ma around 40-50. I noticed a significant improvement in my prolapse though still i can see it in the opening of my vagina. 2nd week i was using po2 in the morning and po7 in the night but now i feel my prolapse is coming down(just a bit outside of my vagina during the time i was cooking) and i can feel it like i felt before i was using this kegal8. I am really frustrated now. Can you pls advice me that, am i doing correct thing now or have i need to change my programmes and Ma? i know it is a bit too soon to expect things but will it be alright in 3 months time? is everyone feeling the same?
4
Hi I am 36...have no children and currently not sexually active. But i am concerned i might have a incontinence bladder problem. I feel as if i wait until the last minute to urinate...i will not make it to the restroom.i have tried doing the kegel exercise while urinating and i can not seem to stop the flow of urine. I have had a few occasions where i dont make it and have wetting accidents. I feel anxious about this because i havent had any children and suffer from this. What would you recommend? The Ultra or Ultra Plus? Can you please explain what the difference is on these machines. Thank you
4
I been using kegel8 for week now .
I can feel It less on one side ? I have to turn it up . After using it last night I went to the toilet last night noticed blood slightly as I wiped myself ? Could it make me bleed ? If so should I continue to use it ?
4
I am 55 yrs young and post menopausal, active, lean, healthy and obviously have a weak pelvic floor. I have been told I have cystocele and rectocele beginning prolapse with bulging sometimes and no leaking.
I am thrilled to have found your website and would like to know what programs and which version of Kegel 8 you would recommend for me to purchase. I live in the US , so where is the best place for me to order this from so I can get it ASAP!
Thanks so much for your help!
Weezie
4
Hi, I have a prolapse (anterior and posterior walls) diagnosed after the first birth 6 months ago. I am considering to buy this machine, could you please advise in the workouts is it only the machine doing the muscle stimulation or there is a part where I am suppose to do it as well?
My physio suggested that it is always good to have a combination of both.
Thanks a lot for your help.
Regards
4
Hi, I am 38 and have had 4 children. In 2004 due to my bladder weakness I had a colposuspension done and although this has helped I still can't hold it or stop when I've started. Can you recommend which unit I need? Thanks
4
I have been to my GP who says I have a weak vaginal wall (bladder side) which can bulge at the vaginal entrance. Is this what you call a vaginal prolapse and would a kegel8 help. I have been told to do pelvic floor exercises initially. I would like to avoid surgery if possible. I am 62 and have had 3 children. Thank you
2
I have a nickel allergy which means I can only wear a watch with a sterling silver case and strap buckle for example. I also have a post-menpause mild prolapse and would like to use a toner/exerciser to reduce the risk of it getting worse and improve the condition. Which toner should I get and can you supply nickel.free probes?
Thanks!
2
i was thinking of buying the kegal8 ultra plus toner, i have recently had prolapse of bowel and bladder although slowly getting better i do keep fit but somehow these muscles gave way, will this help toner help me many thanks
2
Since using the Kegel8 Ultra 20 I have started suffering from abdominal cramps. I have used different programmes once a day. Most of the programmes are set at 30-60 minute sessions. Should I be adjusting the time to shorten the sessions?
2
hi im about to purchase the ultra plus an im wondering what settings i might have to use it on when i get it an how long do they usually last for as in life of the machine or extras i may have to buy as im on hardly money at the moment

a little about me i am nearly 29 years old i have had three children all where healthy pregnancys but where quick at delivering them i am very embarressed at the fact that i am incontinent (hence my docter or nurse do not know) an have leaks every now an again when i cough sneeze or laugh an especially when i have a cold its horrible also i am very paranoid about it during sex as i want to keep my husband happy too i read the reveiws on here an they sound really good an had to buy one to try for myself an cant wait to start once i receive it so i was also wondering if i can get it at a lower price or not before i buy one thankyou
1
Hello

Similar to a previous question I feel no sensation of muscle contraction or pulling in my abdomen area however much I adjust the probe position or put the power up and whatever program I try. It just produces a tickle up to a stinging sensation. Please can you tell me if this means my muscles are beyond hope or whether I am doing something wrong! Thanks
1
I have read some of the reviews and a lot of them are talking about incontinence but that is not really my problem. It's vaginal tightness during inter course. Will it help?
1
I have a uterine prolapse which protrudes from my vagina. Is this product suitable for me?
1
Hi i had a double prolaps operation last august and already my bladder is showing again i cannot go through surgery again .What is the best kegel to have for this condition ?
1
Hi, I am 45 years old & have never had children. In the last 2 years I have started to occasionally "spurt" urine when I sneeze, cough, laugh or jump. It doesn't happen every time but I am always wary that it may, and is obviously uncomfortable when it does. I am married but sex is very infrequent, so my pelvic floor muscles don't get any exercise from that! I was 2 stone overweight when this first started but not any longer. I do attempt to do pelvic floor exercises but very halfheartedly until the next time I have an accident. I want to buy the best Kegel product for my problem, which one would you recommend please?
1
can a male use this device....

regards
1
Is this machine safe to use with prolapses, and do I need to purchase different a different probe in addition to what is provided for 2nd degree uterine prolapse with cystocele and rectocele also present? Also, do you have any distributers in Canada/U.S.A?
1
I have had a hysterectomy and I think I have a vaginal prolapse. Would the Kegel8 super plus help me without having surgery? I don't feel too bad just the occasional back ache?
1
The Kegal Ultra comes with two probes but no information as to which I use or why,
thank you
1
I have the kegal 8 ultra and would like to know if I can set one of the programmes to the vitality setting?
1
I have been using kegel ultra plus for months now & I use it twice a day sum days or once a day usually on the prolapse setting & programme 3 aswell but lately am feeling as if I'm about to wet my self wen the probe is in & working ( why is this )
1
I have been diagnosed by my doctor with a mild bladder prolapse resulting in mild urge incontinence. I have just received the device and find it easy to use. I don't want to overdo things so have started with the P02 programme, and 26 MAs feel comfortable although I hope to increase. How many times a day should I use the device? And should I stick with P02, or should I try another programme? Is the 45 minute pelvic workout suitable for my problem, or should I build up to this? I am 62 and otherwise in good health. I feel hopeful that I will be able to reverse the condition. Am I being overoptimistic? Thanks. Please email the reply to me privately and don't print this.
1
Hi, I have a 2nd degree prolapse and also suffer from stress incontinence when coughing, dancing or doing vigorous aerobics. I have just purchased the Kegel8 ultra plus and am looking forward to seeing the benefits before too long. Can you advise which are the best programmes for me to use (I assume the no 2 and no 9 are probably best) and how often I should try to do these (assume daily is best).

Thanks
Eileen
0
Have just received my kegel8 ultra 20 and have tried the sensitively test at 50 felt ok. I wish to strengthen and tighten as well as help with sexual sensation. What programs should I use and for now long and how often.
0
I have an IUD fitted, will I still be able to use this device or any other device from the kegal range?
0
I've just been reading one of the comments on this page and someone has mentioned that they didn't realise that you could use either your upper muscles or lower muscles I orderd this product about 3 to 4 weeks ago and I'm not certain if I'm doin it right as I ain't feeling any different then at times sometimes I feel as its made me worse could you please let me no how yo work the lower or higher muscles please !! Thanks
0
I've just been told I have the start of a prolapse and my doctor advised me to start pelvic floor exercises saying it's too early for any treatment. My bladder control is ok but I have the same feeling/discomfort as when a tampon isn't properly inserted. Which machine would you recommend?

Thanks
0
After having a baby I can't feel my boyfriends penis. Will this help with vaginal tightness? Sex isn't the same anymore.
0
hi
I am becoming so depressed I have had a leak when I walk in the evening for a long time, it started a few years ago but it was only a few times a month when it started first. I walk about 6 miles in the evening and as of the last year approx. I have a leak every evening, when I walk morning or afternoon I am fine no leaks. the evening walks are becoming so difficult I am soaked every evening the only saving grace is the evenings are dark and I wear a coat. I have seen a gynaecologist and she recommended a physio and I was told to do pelvic floor exercises but I cant seem to manage them. Can you advise on a product before I go crazy with this problem.
0
I had a hysteropexy, an anterior repair and perineal repair a year ago. (I had a 10lb 8oz baby 18 years ago and my pevic floor was non-existent afterwards!) I have been doing manual pelvic floor exercises (not every day since the op), however I have had bowel pain and developed a defecation disorder since the op, and the consultant suspects my bowel has also some degree of prolapse. I would like to try the kegal exerciser, but am not sure which one would help specifically with the posterior pelvic muscles which support my bowel (I do want all of my pelvic floor strong though).
Also I have a mirena coil, I am 49 years old, and do not suffer with bladder weakness now that I have had my uterus lifted.
Q Is it ok to use with a mirena coil already inserted?
Q Is it ok to use with the mesh sling that is now holding my uterus in place?
Q Which product do you think would suit me best for an all round exerciser given the info provided above?
Q I was thinking of going back to running on the treadmill again - do you think this is a bad idea?
0
Hi

I have just been diagnosed with a stage three bladder and rectal prolapse please could you recommend which Kegal is best for me. Many thanks
-1
I had 2 children .the first I had a epestomy .the second birth I tore and had to go to be stitched .I then had 3 miscarriages'. I leak a little if I cough or lift something heavy .I also was diagnosed with cin 1 and have regular smear tests to keep check .is it safe to use kegel with problem .please help. Thank you. Mel
-1
Hi, I bought this product three months ago through my agent in kenya and i feel like i have not gotten any results from it. I need to tighten my muscles and increase sensitivity but they still feel slack. How do i use the preset programme?
-1
I have just purchased the ultra8 and I was just wondering if you could use it on your anal
-1
Will this equipment be beneficial for a male with an enlarged prostate?
-1
Hi

I had my 4th baby 10 weeks ago and have stress incontinence.. I had a normal vaginal delivery & no stitches with any delivery. I have been using the kegel 8 ultra, programme 3 once a day for 10 days, & my symptoms seem to be getting worse. I'm at 42 MA when the probe is inserted further in, or 37 ma when the probe is a bit further out.
Can I ask - how far into the vagina should the probe be placed? And at what angle (ie. If laying down, should the metal bits run alongside my legs or face up to the ceiling/wall (if you can imagine that).
I feel the probe tightening and also tighten my PF's. I'm wondering if position of the probe is incorrect and therefore not improving my symptoms?
I also find that I have to hold the probe in place throughout the programme, as the lubrication results in it sliding out (excuse the "too much info")! Is this normal, or should it not be held in place? My GP will not review me until I'm 16 weeks post partum and ideally I'd like to see some improvement by then.
I'd be grateful for your advice.
Kind regards,
Mumtofour
-1
Please can you help me choose the best exerciser.
I am 44 years old and have two children. I have tried in spurts to do my pelvic floor exercises but they just don't seem to make much of a difference. I am a keen jogger but find that even if I empty my bladder right before I go out wihin 5 minutes I really need to wee and I just can't help it but I leak sometimes a considerable amount and I just can't stop. The same thing happens if I run for a bus or if I need a wee and get to the toilet, whilst in the process of pulling down my trousers it just dribbles out. I would so love to bounce on the trampoline with my boys but i just can't chance it.
I have also noticed recently that a couple of times whilst jogging I get the need to have a poo and the more I jog the more I can't seem to keep it in. I have had one messy acident and a couple of near misses, so I know my pelvic floor is weak.
I often joke with other mums about how I can't do an aerobics class anymore - and we just laugh about us mums but it is really starting to bother me and put me off exercising, which then makes me feel even more miserable as I put on weight.
I have viewed your site a couple of times and read the reviews and am convinced now that I need to make the investment and get this sorted out before I become a smelly old lady! PS I also feel very loose inside my vagina and I definately don't seem to get the same sensation when my husband and I make love. I guess it's all related but hope that your machines can help.
Thank you :)
-1
Hi
I had my son 2 years ago and i have been diagnosed with a prolapse (I think that its 2nd grade as you can see it however its not all out ). My vagina also feels really big and loose like all my muscle tone has gone .. I have been doing my kegals but there is only a small improvement
What machine would be best for me as I do suffer with lower back ache from the prolapse and I would like to be able to wear tampons again and just feel a bit more normal down there
thank you for your time

-2
How often do I use the Kegel 8 ultra?

-2
I have been using programmes, p03,P06 on alternate days and P09 at weekends.
When I started the Ma's were very low, I have increased them to 28, 30, 34 and now 36, I have been doing them for 2 and a half weeks.

I notice that other women have been using the kegal twice a day, is this alright for me to do,
I have had a scan and the result was that the bladder wasn't emptying properly.
I go to the toilet the about 45 minutes later I have to go again. since using the kegal
overflow problems have improved.
Please advise me if these are the correct programmes and whether or not I can be using the kegal twice a day.
I look forward to hearing from you in early course
Best regards

Georgia
-2
Hi,

I just received my Kegel 8 Ultra Plus machine 4 days ago. I have both a cystocele and rectocele following my hysterectomy. I'm not sure what programs I should be using.

I have alternated between Program 2 (prolapse) and Program 9 (Pelvic Floor Workout). Could you give me an idea what programs I should be doing and how often? Also, would you please give me directions on how to program for the rectocele?

Your help will be very definitely appreciated!!
Christine
-2
I am 70 and lead a very active life. Over the years my bladder is quite low in my vagina and although I don't have any leakages it is quite painful and it starting to make walking uncomfortable. I don't want to have an operation. Would the Kegel8 be suitable for me and if so which one? Thank you for any advice you can give.
-2
Hi I'm 30 years old, I think my vagina got loose after childbirth is this suitable to use for my age and to strength the vaginal muscle?
-2
I've had my kegel8 ultra plus a few days now and I think since I started using it I seem to feel more pressure down there as I have a prolapse but cudnt really feel it but I can seem to feel it more within couple of days is there any chance am doing something wrong
-3
I've been having problem with my sexual feeling when having sex and when I want to go to the loo at short notice I tend to wet myself when trying to get up the stairs. I am having a vagina tightening and was told to get a Kegel machine. I'm trying to decided which one to get.. either the ultra or pelfit.. Please advise asap.. Thank you
-3
Do I get both probes with this device included In the price of. £129
-7