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Beverley's Story

Beverley's Story

After living with extremely heavy periods and pain for many years, Beverley decided to get it checked out at the hospital.

Upon discovering that she had suffered a prolapsed bowel - Beverley turned to pelvic floor exercises and Kegel8 for help.

Read this blog to follow Beverley's story...

10 November 2010
Looking Fierce, But What is that Corset is Doing to Your Pelvic Floor?

Looking Fierce, But What is that Corset is Doing to Your Pelvic Floor?

Corsets are sexy, sure they are. What better way to instantly lose inches off your waist, simultaneously enhance your breasts and straighten up your posture. They've been around for ages and they're here to stay.

We are already aware of the advantages to wearing that super sexy corset but do you also know about all of the disadvantages? Especially to your pelvic floor!

3 November 2010
Have You Just Been Diagnosed With Faecal Incontinence?

Have You Just Been Diagnosed With Faecal Incontinence?

So you've been diagnosed with faecal incontinence or you're worried it could affect you in the near future.

Did you know that it is preventable and in some cases even reversible?

We recently had a customer call in asking about using her Kegel8 Ultra. She was diagnosed with faecal incontinence and wanted to know how she could use her Kegel8 pelvic floor exerciser to the best of her advantage.

Read this blog to learn how Kegel8 can help you!

27 October 2010
Kegels for Men - Why Pelvic Floor Exercise Isn't Just For Girls

Kegels for Men - Why Pelvic Floor Exercise Isn't Just For Girls

Urinary incontinence in men doesn't have to be an inevitable part of getting older. It can happen at any age for any number of reasons. It can be caused by a weak urinary sphincter, an over-active bladder or a bladder that doesn't contract. Having a prostatectomy is the leading reason behind male stress incontinence.

Learn how to perform male Kegel exercises in this blog!

20 October 2010
Kegel8 Wearing it Pink for Breast Cancer

Kegel8 Wearing it Pink for Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and here at Kegel8 we will be taking part in the Wear it Pink Breast Cancer Campaign on 29 October 2010.

We are committed to Women's Health Issues and believe a healthy pair of breasts is just as important as a fit pelvic floor!

6 October 2010

How to Program your Kegel8 for Anal Use

Most users find the comprehensive range of programmes on the Kegel8 sufficient for their needs; however some Clinicians have personal programmes they like to use.

On the Kegel8 programmes PC1, PC2 and PC3 are 'spare', this means they are not pre-programmed and they have been left free for you or a Clinician to programme them for your particular needs.

4 October 2010
I Have a 'Friend' Who Wets Herself When She Laughs - Stress Incontinence

I Have a 'Friend' Who Wets Herself When She Laughs - Stress Incontinence

...but you don't know her, she doesn't live in this town... and I never talk to her on the phone, you will never see her at any of my get togethers. Ok I lied.

It's me.

Learn more about how you can prevent those little laughter leaks in this blog...

29 September 2010
Kegel8 Reviews: Addressing the Cons

Kegel8 Reviews: Addressing the Cons

We are still receiving your feedback about the Kegel8. Thank you very much for keeping us informed!

Today I'd like to address some of the negative feedback we received. Often times, the problems are easily resolved!

15 September 2010
5 Ways to Remember to Use Your Kegel8 Pelvic Toner

5 Ways to Remember to Use Your Kegel8 Pelvic Toner

So we've already showed you 15 easy ways to remember to do your Kegel exercises. Now you're probably wondering, "Yeah, that's great but how will I remember to use my Kegel8 Pelvic Floor Toner every day?"

Well here's five simple to remember convenient times to use your Kegel8 everyday.

9 September 2010
National Continence Awareness Week

National Continence Awareness Week

According to the Bladder and Bowel Foundation, National Continence Awareness Week for this year is from 20 September to 26 September. Just how much do you know about Stress Incontinence?

Stress incontinence affects 200 million people world wide. It may also be hereditary. Studies show 33% of men and women ages 30 - 70 have at some point experienced loss of bladder control. Within this group, 29% of people aged 60-70 endure stress incontinence compared to 17% of people ages 30 - 39.

8 September 2010