Anulax Anal Probe

  1. Small, compact and comfortable anal probe
  2. Designed for anal use to strengthen sphincter muscles with finger-loop for easy removal
  3. Suitable for women who need a smaller probe to use vaginally
  4. Ideal for treating faecal incontinence and flatulence and for use with electronic pelvic floor toner

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SKU: 92245

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Description

The Anulax probe is an innovative anal probe designed to make pelvic floor exercise easy and comfortable

Connecting Lead Wires

Designed primarily for use as an anal probe, the Anulax probe an also be used as a vaginal probe for women who prefer a smaller and neater probe for use with electronic pelvic floor toners

The unique shape of the Anulax probe means that you can move around during exercise, and the probe will stay in place. The larger electrode surface areas allow for comfortable and effective exercise and targeting of the anal sphincter muscles. By targeting the sphincter muscles directly, this allows for effective treatment of bowel incontinence, excessive flatulence and prolapse.

Because we trust the quality of our probes so much we extend the warranty from the standard 60 uses up to 6 months unlimited usage.

Please be aware if you are nickel intolerant we advise the electrode surface be examined before use to ensure the surface has not been scratched during storage. The probe can safely be used for up to 2 years providing all manufacturers recommendations are followed.

This probe is fitted with 2mm female connectors and is compatible with your Kegel8 device via your leadwire.

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Additional Information

SKU / Product Code 92245
Brand Everyway Medical
Recommended For Anal use | Vaginal use | Rectocele (bowel prolapse) | Pelvic floor weakness | Bladder weakness
Can be used with All Kegel8 Pelvic Toners, NMES Pelvic Toners which use asymmetrical and symmetrical waveform and for Professional Clinical use.
Included Contents Anulax Rectal Probe
Can Be Used With Biofeedback Yes
Warranty 6 Months
Washing Instructions Clean using Kegel8 Cleaning Spray and pat or air dry. Can be cleaned with warm soapy water (do not sterilise).

Anulax Anal Probe Reviews

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Customer Review Summary
5 Reviews (4)
80%
4 Reviews (1)
20%
Total : 5 Reviews
Excellent product
Review by Magscave posted on 23 December 2014
I wanted to replace my Anuform Probe but decided to try the Anulax. This is a good quality probe and I cannot tell the difference between the two products. I like these Probes they are small and comfortable and they appear stronger than other Probes I have tried. I use them vaginally and rectally with excellent results. My previous miserable life has been transformed . Thank you keegel. I am so pleased the NHS has seen the light.
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Excellent
Review by Julie J posted on 18 March 2014
I came on here to buy an Anuform, but this looked almost the same so I got that to replace my other one. It is excellent quality and I would highly recommend this - I can't see why the anuform probe is nearly £10 dearer when side by side they are nearly identical.
I would recommend this probe.
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Anulex anal probe
Review by Jan posted on 11 October 2016
I have been using this probe for some time and find it very affective.
It is easy to insert and comfortable.
I have used used it vaginally as well.
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ANULAX ANALYSIS PROBE
Review by Elacol posted on 5 February 2017
I suspected for a while that I was suffering some form of prolapse so I went to visit my female GP and she had a look and said there was a slight decention and to carry on using my kegel 8. I left and later that day was feeling really uncomfortable so I lay on the bed with trusty old mirror and noticed a bulge that did not seem normal so I gave myself a mini examination and found that I could move it back up so then went on to the net and I then suspected a rectocele. I was disappointed my GP didn't pick up on it but discovered that sometimes rectocele can be more apparent if you need to have a bowel movement. I then decided to buy an analysis probe in the hopes that attacking it from both angles may help. I have now been back to GP and being referred to gynaecology for surgery as GP said only thing that will fix it is surgery. I however am determined to prove them wrong I have been using both probes twice a day now for 2 weeks and have noticed a slight improvement so hopefully by the time I see the gynecologist surgery will be prevented or at the very least my pelvic floor will be so strong I will bemail cracking walnuts lol. Great product but a bit pointy for insertion otherwise great
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It works, but is not completely user friendly
Review by DW posted on 26 January 2017
As described, however I find the probe uncomfortable to insert (the end could have slightly more curve perhaps). Removing it is even more uncomfortable as it has a ledge to keep the probe inside (that could also have smoother edges which might make it easier to remove). However the probe does the job. Using the anal probe has also helped with keeping the vaginal probe in place when used at the same time, which is an added benefit.
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Product Questions

My mother is aged 91 & has a prolapsed bowel. Every so often she has protrusion of the bowel through the anus. She has a little bleeding along with pain. This can last for as long as a week at a time. It has been my task as her carer to keep pushing the protruding bowel back inside. Surgeons will not operate because of her age. It has been extremely traumatic going through this . Will this device be suitable do you think?. Also do you know of any pain relieving gels that might help?.Thank you.
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I have the Perisphera-O which came with my Kegel8 and one of the most aggravating things is that I cannot sit down whilst using it vaginally or rectally without impaling myself. Is it possible to sit and/or wear normal clothing (ie. jeans) with this probe?
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