Stephanie Taylor

Stephanie Taylor
Stephanie Taylor
Managing Director & Official Pelvic Floor Nerd

Stephanie Taylor founded Kegel8 in 2004 following her own postpartum pelvic floor journey which she would not wish on anyone, but is sadly all too common. Using her own catastrophic experience she has been able to work with clinicians, designers, software developers and medical scientists to develop the patented Kegel8 Ultra 20 v2 pelvic muscle exercise device. She is passionate about pelvic health and breaking down the taboos that surround pelvic floor problems for both women and men.

  1. Bladder issues are not only a concern for women; many men experience a variety of bladder-related problems as well
  2. women with Fibromyalgia are more likely to face certain pelvic issues compared to women without this condition
  3. In summary, this study suggests that the Manchester procedure, despite being a century-old method, provides better results after surgery compared to the sacrospinous hysteropexy for treating uterine descent and pelvic organ prolapse.
  4. Synthetic mid-urethral slings for stress incontinence in neurogenic LUTD
  5. Bladder problems encompass a range of issues that affect the normal function of the bladder, which is the organ responsible for storing and releasing urine. These problems can manifest as a variety of symptoms and conditions.
  6. Kegel exercises can be beneficial for women who are trying to get pregnant. Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles through Kegel exercises can have several advantages for overall pelvic health and potential pregnancy.
  7. Learn how to Perineal massage by gently massaging and stretching the perineal tissue in order to increase its flexibility and elasticity, which theoretically reduces the likelihood of tearing during childbirth
  8. TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) is a potential treatment for erectile dysfunction, aiming to improve blood flow, nerve function, and sexual well-being
  9. Incontinence during sex is primarily caused by weak pelvic floor muscles, practicing Kegel exercises could potentially help by improving the muscle tone and control in the pelvic area. Stronger pelvic floor muscles can better support the bladder and help
  10. Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Men Kegel8 V For Men will help strengthen and manage the pelvic floor weakness
  11. A sensitive bladder, also known as an overactive bladder (OAB), is a condition characterized by a sudden and frequent need to urinate. If you develop a sensitive bladder, you experience urinary urgency, meaning you feel a strong and compelling need to pee
  12. For many, sitz baths are the only way to get relief from irritation and painful cuts and sores or fissures in the vaginal, perineal and anal areas. Sitz baths not only soothe these regions but keep them clean, which is critical to preventing infection.
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