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!
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.
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.
Here at Kegel8, we've received more Kegel8 reviews and even more positive feedback about our pelvic floor exercisers and we would like to share.
A while back, we asked our customers, Would you recommend Kegel8 to a friend? and the ongoing response has been overwhelming!
Read this blog to find out the responses!
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.
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.
Learn what causes piles in this blog, and exactly how you can prevent them!
Do you have a problem controlling your wind?
Do you have Stress Incontinence?
Do you suffer with constipation?
Read this blog to learn how bowel incontinence can affect you!
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!
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.
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.