"Every Woman Should Have One of These"

"Every Woman Should Have One of These"

Kegel exercises are as important as any other form of exercise when looking to improve and maintain a healthy body. They help especially to strengthen the pelvic floor and reduce the likelihood of bladder leakage. Yet only 38% of women who suffer from urinary incontinence admit to exercising their pelvic floor.

Magda Pegowska, a health and fitness YouTuber, suffered from light incontinence following childbirth but didn’t see any problem with it – until the issue worsened over time and developed into a prolapse. But, Magda was determined to take control of her bladder health. This is her story…

Magda's Story

A few months ago, whilst having a smear test at the doctor's office I learnt that I had a prolapse. I had been having some symptoms for more than 6 months at the time, but never realised weak pelvic floor muscles were to blame.

The doctor told me that she wasn't sure Kegel exercises would help.

Finding a Solution

I was referred to see the gynaecologist in 2 months and decided I had to do something in the meantime. I came across Kegel8 website and ordered Kegel8 Ultra 20.

Kegel8 Ultra 20 - Magda Pegowska

I was using it religiously every day for a month as advised by the customer service. Then twice a day for couple of weeks.

Reaping the Benefits

After one week the terrible pain in my lower back disappeared.

After 3 weeks other prolapse symptoms stopped.

Kegel8 Ultra 20 - Magda Pegowska

After 1 month I felt like my prolapse reversed which was confirmed by gynaecologist and at the physio I attended later on - I was told that my pelvic floor muscles were very strong!

Currently I use it few times a week for maintenance. Now I know we need to look after our pelvic floor muscles! I honestly can't recommend Kegel8 enough!

Every woman should have this device at home!

See Magda’s review of the Kegel8 Ultra 20 Electronic Pelvic Toner below:

Kegel8 Ultra 20 Electronic Pelvic Toner


[1] Swenson C, Solway E, Singer D, Kirch M, Kullgren J, Malani P. Urinary incontinence: An inevitable part of aging? University of Michigan National Poll on Healthy Aging. November 2018. Available from https://www.healthyagingpoll.org/report/urinary-incontinence-inevitable-part-aging

25 January 2019
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