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By Kegel8 23 August 2010 78 Views
Kegel8 Reviews: Customer Feedback Part 1

Kegel8 Reviews: Customer Feedback Part 1

When making a decision on a purchase, we all like to hear what real people have to say. We recently asked customers for Kegel8 reviews by asking them, "Would you recommend the Kegel8 to a friend?" Here is a list of some of the praises we received. Just to be fair, I will also go over and address some of the concerns we got back in a future post.
By Kegel8 18 August 2010 85 Views
Piles - Inevitable or preventable?

Piles - Inevitable or preventable?

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and in the case of piles (haemorrhoids) no words have ever been truer. Haemorrhoids (piles) are in fact avoidable and taking steps now could save you the agony and also take the pressure off your pelvic floor, because straining and excessive toileting can really strain your pelvic floor muscles.

What causes piles?

The tissue in your rectum is rich in blood vessels. When this tissue is repeatedly stressed, over time the blood vessels become dilated and swollen and the tissue becomes weak. This can be from constipation, being overweight and pregnancy.
By Kegel8 21 May 2010 256 Views
Can you control Mr Poo? Anal Incontinence explained

Can you control Mr Poo? Anal Incontinence explained

Anal Incontinence

  • Do you have a problem controlling your wind?
  • Do you have Stress Incontinence?
  • Do you suffer with constipation?
By Kegel8 14 May 2010 262 Views
Living with a Prolapse

Living with a Prolapse

It's estimated that 34 million women worldwide are affected by vaginal prolapse; but as many are reluctant to discuss their symptoms, this number could be much higher.

The idea of having a vaginal or rectal prolapse (or both) can be highly embarrassing for women, with many enduring the symptoms for years unknowingly thinking it cannot be rectified. But it can!
By Kegel8 5 October 2009 56 Views
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 haven't already, have a look at our article, 'So you think you have Urinary Incontinence?' 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.
By Kegel8 29 September 2009 270 Views
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! Obviously, if you have a severe heart condition, we're not recommending that you suddenly stop taking your medication; we just want our Kegel8 followers to be informed and aware. Here are eight commonly prescribed medications to those of incontinence-affected age:
By Kegel8 25 September 2009 62 Views
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!
By Kegel8 20 September 2009 92 Views
The Urine Incontinence Blacklist

The Urine Incontinence Blacklist

Urinary incontinence is annoying. Fact! But whilst your Kegel8 is working away to eradicate the problem, you're probably eager to know what you can do to curb it in the meantime? We've compiled a few of the most commonly-used things that can both cause and worsen your case of incontinence; you might want to stay well clear of them!
By Kegel8 1 June 2009 514 Views
Is there a best position for Kegel exercises?

Is there a best position for Kegel exercises?

Find out the best positions to be in to get the most out of your Kegel exercises...
By Kegel8 1 June 2009 319 Views
Kegel8 Tight and Tone Programmes

Kegel8 Tight and Tone Programmes

The Kegel8 Tight and Tone is preset with 9 pelvic exercise programmes for different needs developed by healthcare professionals: