Designed By Women Who Understand
The UK's Best Selling Pelvic Toner
Noticeable Results Within Weeks
You may also be interested in the following product(s)
If you suffer from a weak pelvic floor and find that normal probes are difficult to keep in place, the Pelviline Vaginal Probe offers the solution
A solid version of our bestselling Periform+ probe, the Pelviline Vaginal Probe is wider than most standard probes and is easier to keep in place to make your exercises easy and effective.
Unlike the Periform+ probe, the Pelviline Probe is suitable for use by women suffering Pelvic Organ Prolapse. With the standard Periform+ probe, the prolapse can descend into the hollow of the probe, making exercising uncomfortable. This problem is eliminated with the Pelviline probe. Also, the Pelviline probe has an adjustable hilt, meaning it's easy to insert to the correct depth, and there's no danger of inserting it too far.
The Pelviline Probe also includes a handy indicator wand to show that you are exercising the correct muscles in the correct way. The stainless steel electrodes offer excellent conductivity and make your exercises easy, comfortable and effective.
Pelviline is suitable for use with Kegel8, EMS and EMG devices.
This probe is fitted with 2mm male pigtail connectors and is compatible with your Kegel8 device via your leadwire.
Purchase this product on its own or with 1 lead wire in the pack size variant option when adding to basket.
Delivery & Returns
|SKU / Product Code||92244|
|Can be used with||Kegel8, EMS & EMG machines|
|Included Contents||1 x probe, 1 x removable indicator|
|Material||Stainless Steel, ABS plastic|
|No. of Electrodes||2|
|Warranty||3 months against manufacturing defects|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the Pelviline Vaginal Probe User Manual|
|5 star :||
|( 8 )|
|4 star :||
|( 1 )|
|3 star :||
|( 1 )|
|1 star :||
|( 5 )|
Items 1 to 10 of 15 total
- Worth a try! Review by Dee
I only wish this probe had the bar type fixed hilt,. as on the vaginal probe, as I have arthritis it is much easier to inserts and remove, more ergonomic and more comfortable. That is why I only gave it 4 stars. (Posted on 1 June 2014)
- Ow, ow, OW!!!!! Review by TriciaN
- Its a good probe Review by Sherri
Its a good probe (Posted on 21 August 2014)
- Excellent Review by Pansy
- Good for prolapse Review by Rhoda77
* easy to remove
* like the wider shape
I have a prolapse and this was recommended to me. I find it comfortable and easy to use. The wider shape is better for me as I know that I have lost muscle tone and need to tighten up so I am hoping this will do the job. (Posted on 2 March 2015)
- OUCH! Review by Brena
As another reviewer has mentioned, this probe has edges which make it very uncomfortable to insert; on top of that, the electrodes stick out. Much as I tried, despite using plenty of lubrication, I felt I would damage myself if I tried to insert it. It is not body-shaped!
If you are small, be prepared to pay for another probe if you are buying the Ultra Vitality Toner. (Posted on 25 August 2015)
- Very good fit Review by Patriciak2005
- Really good idea Review by HappyMum
- Disappointed with this Review by Unhappy menopausal mum!
Kegel8 Reply: Hello, we are very sorry to hear that you have not been getting good results with the Pelviline probe and you are finding it uncomfortable to use. We are dedicated to helping you get the best from your Kegel8 so please call our Kegel8 advisors on 01482 496932 and we will be able to offer you some advice as to which probe may give you better results. Best wishes, Heather@Kegel8 (Posted on 14 December 2013)
- Extremely good probe Review by Claire
If you have a look at the Perisphera H probe, this uses both channels of the Kegel8 machine, and gives a very strong work out. Please do all you can to strengthen your pelvic flor to stop the prolapse from getting worse - there are some tips here - http://www.kegel8.co.uk/blog/2013/10/14/what-else-can-i-do-to-help-my-pelvic-floor/
Using a Kegel8 with a pessary will be OK if your probe has correct contact with the muscle walls, we do recommend women use the support of a pessary when they have prolapse, it all helps to add extra support while your body helps to strengthen up in other ways (Kegel8, weight, posture, VitD etc).
Please do not despair if it takes a while, the deterioration we all suffer goes on for many years, and results can be agonisingly slow, the main issue is to stop deterioration of your existing prolapse, and more importantly - stop other proteases from occurring (bladder or bowel).
Hope this helps
I have a damaged pelvic floor on one side (I can't make it contract) following a difficult foreps birth a year ago, I have seen a physio who recommended using an electric stimulator so I have purchased the Kegel8 Mother Nurture. With the standard probe that this comes with I find that I don't seem to get contact with the muscle on both sides so I bought a Perisphera H probe as thought this may do the trick,but I found I had a similar problem plus when removing it felt like I was pulling some of my insides out with it!
Do you think that the pelviline probe would be better for me?
Obviously I don't want to keep wasting money on probes that don't suit me.
The Perisphera H is a great probe for your condition, because you can control both sides independently, I appreciate the lubrication of the probe is difficult, could you use lubricant on you instead? I am only saying this because it is a superior probe compared to the pelviline and will get you better results, because it uses both channels and can be increased independently from CHA and CHB, but it is not working for you if it feels painful on removal so this is a downside for you.
Some women also prefer the pelviline because it does not have a long stick on the end - so it can be used walking round etc - and I appreciate that the probe has to also suit our lifestyle/ability to exercise.
The pelviline is a great probe so try it by all means, here's a 10% off code ST10 but I would urge you to try to resolve the removal discomfort so you get the best treatment.
I hope this helps.
Customer Care Team
I am not overweight eat healthily and hope to run a half marathon this year please help!
I would point you to the Ultra 20 http://www.kegel8.co.uk/kegel8-ultra.html because of your age (you are heading towards perimenopause where your hormone levels will dip and your skin will lose collagen/elasticity - which will also affect the muscles in your pelvic floor). This is our strongest machine and you will get good results.
Running is classed as high impact on your pelvic floor, so whilst you are fit and on target weight, please be aware that strengthening up in your pelvic floor really is very important. You say you are on weight - that's good. Also have a look at http://www.kegel8.co.uk/blog/2013/08/22/vitamin-d-for-a-stronger-pelvic-floor-and-weight-loss-too/
Get a good Vit D it really will help - absolutely amazing. This is a good range we recommend http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?cat=0&q=vitamin+D&_antispam=antispam_122
Posture - or rather - alignment is a good one it will help your pelvic floor http://www.kegel8.co.uk/blog/2013/09/06/remember-your-posture-top-pelvic-tip-from-stephanie-taylor-pelvicmafia/
The probe is supplied with the Kegel8. Renew this at 6 months and choose a style that fits your needs, but please strengthen up as your pelvic floor is at risk with the running.
Hope this helps
Customer Care Team
Thank you for your enquiry. The probe with the 2 gold balls is called the Perisphera O probe. This is the standard probe that we send out with the Ultra 20 units. This probe is perfectly fine for you to use if you are happy with this one and causes you no discomfort. There are alternatives that you may want to consider in the future such as the Perisphera U http://www.kegel8.co.uk/beacmed-perisphera-u-perineal-probe-10090.html. This probe is flatter and wider than the Perisphera O and both side can have the mA's adjusted separately. You will need an extra wire to use this probe also.
Customer Service Team
Might sound a silly question but do I use it with the metal left and right or top and bottom? The instructions don't seem to say.