Mens Health

The Next Step - Help Your GP or Continence Nurse with this Information

The Next Step - Help Your GP or Continence Nurse with this Information

If you think you have a form of incontinence, you need to visit your GP or Continence Nurse to get more information of what's causing your incontinence, and what can be done to treat it.

Learn what you need to do in preparation in this blog.

5 October 2009
Medication that can affect your incontinence

Medication that can affect your incontinence

You've had the household incontinence blacklist, now we're giving you the medication blacklist!

Read this blog to learn about the eight commonly prescribed medications to those of incontinence-affected age.

29 September 2009
So You Think You Have Incontinence? But Which Type?

So You Think You Have Incontinence? But Which Type?

1 in 3 women over 30 in the UK have some form of urinary incontinence. If you are the 1 in 3 that do, do you know which incontinence you have? Kegel8 does!

Read this blog to find out more!

25 September 2009
Who Needs a Kegel8 Pelvic Toner?

Who Needs a Kegel8 Pelvic Toner?

You do! All women need a Kegel8 pelvic tone! Your pelvic floor muscle is what's known as an involuntary muscle and if you don't exercise it it will weaken; it can be partial or a complete wasting away. Initially you might notice the occasional “laughter leaks” or maybe reduced intimate sensation or “something coming down” these are the warning signs that your muscles need strengthening. If you want to avoid further deterioration, such as prolapse, you need to Kegel8.

Learn more about the Kegel8 Electronic Toners in this blog!

1 June 2009
Kegel8 Troubleshooting - Questions About Kegel Exercising

Kegel8 Troubleshooting - Questions About Kegel Exercising

Got a question about Kegel8 and our devices? Want to know more about Kegels? Find out more in this blog!

The team at Kegel8 have compiled our top questions from customers and answered them all thoroughly in this blog.

Feel free to contact our customer service team for more information!

1 June 2009