You are not alone... Don't believe us? Read Sherryl's story.
Here at Kegel8 we've been looking for Ambassadors to share their Pelvic Floor story and help others to know that they are not alone.
We'd like to introduce Sherryl. A nurse for over 20 years, Sherryl found Kegel8 and it has been life changing for her...
Read her story here...
The arrival of the menopause is a source of dread for many women – there are a wide range of possible symptoms of varying severity and unpleasantness that can leave you sweaty, uncomfortable and feeling unattractive.
The traditional view of menopause is that it signals the end of everything society tends to value about women; our fertility, our youth and our sexual attractiveness. As the Baby Boomer generation starts to go through ‘the change’, they are changing attitudes to this time of life – something a recent Kegel8-praising Guardian article has expressed in lots of scintillating detail!
We’ve not ran a competition for a while and given it’s Easter we’d like to give you a treat!
We’re giving away a set of our most popular Kegel8 Vaginal Cones and 12 Week Pelvic Floor Strengthening Plan. You get 3 cones, of 3 different weights and sizes, a beginners and advanced exercise plan and a whole lotta motivation! Kegel8 Vaginal Cones are unique – they feature an indicator wand which moves when you squeeze your pelvic floor muscles, telling you when you are doing your Kegels right or, more importantly, wrong.
With the launch of the NEW Kegel8 Mother Nurture we've been talking to you about life in the bedroom for you and your partner after children - and with 1 in 4 couples no longer having sex, the results make for a pretty fascinating read...
The results of our recent Kegel8 survey into sex after pregnancy have been featured on MailOnline – the Daily Mail’s website, and the topic seems to have raised a lot of debate in MailOnline’s comments section!
Marisa Peer, named Best Therapist by Men's Health Magazine writes in the Sunday People to one concerned reader. Many thanks for the mention Marisa we appreciate your support!
Read this blog to learn more...
Have you "gone off" sex? Doesn't feel the same any-more? Do you try to avoid having sex? If your pelvic floor is weak, sexual sensation will be reduced and your orgasms may even be a thing of the past. If you want to improve your libido there is no 'magic pill' for women, and who would want that?
We know that we respond differently to sex, and good sex for women starts in the brain. Sadly for many woman, lack of intimate sensation has a downward effect on libido. So if you want to improve your libido where should you start? Start at your pelvic floor! Your body is trying to tell you something - it needs strengthening, and boy, will you and your partner enjoy the 'side-effects' of a stronger pelvic floor!