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Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer

  1. You squeeze, it measures! Keep a track on your progress, build & measure your strength.
  2. Guides you through timed fast and slow Kegel exercises & shows on screen when you do them properly
  3. On screen display shows you how strong your pelvic floor squeeze really is
  4. Use the 'Squeeze Scale' to monitor your progress and measure your squeeze success
  5. Probe inflates automatically to fit, follow the exercise routine in minutes then get your squeeze scale result

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Who needs a Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer?

You do. Every woman should exercise her pelvic floor muscles daily to keep them working properly. Daily - yes that's right. Are you admitting that you don't even exercise them from one year to the next, let alone daily? You are not alone, and that's probably the reason why here in the UK women are experiencing record numbers of pelvic floor problems directly attributable to a weak pelvic floor.

Is your pelvic floor strong or weak? Here's how you can tell the difference:

Weak Pelvic Floor

Weak pelvic floor muscles - Kegel8 can help
  • Bladder Leaks
  • Uncontrollable Wind
  • Constipation & Straining to Poo
  • Tampons Fall Out
  • Love Life is Lack-Lustre
  • Lower Back Ache
  • Bulging "Pot Belly"

Strong Pelvic Floor

Strong Pelvic Floor Muscles - Kegel8
  • No More Accidents
  • Control Your Bladder & Bowel
  • Easy Toileting
  • Strong Vaginal Walls
  • Great Sex - For You and Your Partner
  • Strong Back, Ache-Free Hips
  • Flat Tummy

Even if you have just one of the symptoms of a weak pelvic floor we want you to know that in just 12 weeks the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer can help you to get strong again. A weak pelvic floor will not magically get stronger - it just gets weaker and weaker. Just 12 weeks with the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer will reap you BIG rewards!

What gets measured gets managed - that's why you need the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer

We all know that you don't 'need' a machine to help you exercise your pelvic floor muscles. However, the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer lets you know if you are exercising correctly and it will help you to measure the improvement too. This strength measuring is vital to the success of your 12 week exercise plan! The Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer sensor automatically inflates for a perfect comfortable fit. As you squeeze your pelvic floor muscles correctly it uses 'biofeedback' to measure your pelvic muscle strength, teaching you the art of perfect pelvic floor exercises. So not only does it help you to locate the correct muscles, exercise them correctly and help get them stronger - more importantly NO SQUEEZE IS EVER WASTED!

I've tried kegels - they don't work!

Oh yes they do! There could be a number of reasons your pelvic floor exercises have not worked previously, such as:

  1. The wrong muscles are being squeezed such as the buttocks or thighs.
  2. Boredom - doing kegel exercises can be boring and it is difficult to keep motivated because progress can be slow and almost impossible to measure.
  3. We give up too soon - 12 weeks is all you need - it'll last you years!
  4. Not relaxing properly between squeezes - relaxing the pelvic floor muscles properly gives the blood chance to flow back into the muscles, feeding and strengthening - vitally important!

So why does the Kegel8 Trainer work?

Any exercise is more effective with a partner - when it comes to pelvic floor exercise, the Kegel8 Trainer is your perfect partner!

  1. With the Kegel8 Trainer you target the muscles correctly! No cheating, no pretending, and definitely no faking.
  2. Boredom won't come into it, you'll be fascinated by the screen and because you can measure your progress you'll want more!
  3. Measure it and monitor it with the unique Squeeze Scale! Follow your progress every time you kegel exercise.
  4. Relaxation between muscle contractions is vital for effective kegels and by following the screen you'll see that you are relaxing properly - this enables good circulation which improves your exercising results!

Training Mode - you'll be guided through timed, slow and then fast kegel exercises with on-screen prompts telling you when to squeeze and lift the pelvic floor muscles and when and how long to relax. This precise pelvic floor muscle training will guide you through the exercise routines to ensure you get the best results with a perfect balance of slow and fast kegels to achieve optimum pelvic floor strength.


Free Training Mode - if you want to do your own exercises then freestyle! So, if you leak when you cough, sneeze, laugh or run, you'll want to practice fast flex exercises. If you find you can't go very long between loo visits or you often need to get up in the night to empty your bladder, focus on slow exercises. This mode can also be used to check your strength whenever you please without completing the Training Mode.

Kegel8 knows that slow and fast kegels are the key to success - here's why:

With the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer you'll learn how to do both types of pelvic floor exercise for maximum success. We're not going to go all technical on you, but this will help you to understand how your pelvic floor works, and more importantly what type of exercises you should be doing, and why.

Slow Flex or slow kegels are for 'endurance'. The deepest pelvic floor muscles run from our pubic bone to the tail bone and have mainly slow twitch fibres. These muscles stabilise our core holding our bladder, bowel and uterus in place, to exercise these muscles we must perform 'slow flex' exercises.

Fast Flex or fast kegels for fast twitch fibres help to 'fire' the sphincter muscles into action, stopping the flow of urine and holding back wind preventing embarrassing accidents. These fast twitch fibres contract quickly and with force when we cough or sneeze; to keep these muscles working as nature intended we must perform 'fast flex' exercises.

A weak pelvic floor is embarrassing - it's time to get strong!

It's not a competition; it's about your health. Plain and simple.
When you use the Squeeze Scale you'll be able to monitor and check your progress. After all you wouldn't go on a diet without weighing yourself first would you - so why start kegel exercising without knowing how strong your muscles really are.
Invest in a Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer today, give us 12 weeks and you could enjoy a stronger pelvic floor tomorrow. The consequences of a weak pelvic floor are not an inevitable part of ageing/motherhood/menopause and Kegel8 is here to help you every step of the way!

Remember - 12 weeks is all it takes, doesn't your pelvic floor deserve it? Because you certainly do...

Who shouldn't use the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer?

You are pregnant*

After you've welcomed your new arrival, the Kegel8 Pelvic Trainer will be there get you back into shape after your 6 week check-up.

You have pelvic pain*

Undiagnosed pain, infections, vaginal or rectal conditions. Do not use if you have vaginal varicose veins or while undergoing IVF.

You have a uterine prolapse*

As you may not be able to insert the probe to a sufficient depth. You may be able to use this if you have a bladder or bowel prolapse - the probe needs to be inserted 2 inches.

*Unless advised to do so and under medical supervision


Delivery & Returns

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Additional Information

SKU / Product Code 91856
Programmes Test Mode, Train Mode
Brand Kegel8
Recommended For All Urinary Incontinence, Light Bladder Weakness, Prolapse, Weak Pelvic Floor, Tighten & improve intimate sensation, New Mums
Can be used with Kegel8 Electronic Pelvic Toners, KE Gel, Kegel8 Klean
Included Contents Kegel8 Trainer, Batteries, Kegel8 Trainer Inflatable Vaginal Probe, Instructions, Kegel8 Storage Bag
Certification CE | Grade 1 Medical Device
Power 3 x AAA Batteries
Warranty 1 year Manufacturers Warranty. Extended warranty available.
User Manual View and/or Download the Pre October 2014 Kegel8 Trainer User Manual

View and/or Download the New and Improved Kegel8 Trainer User Manual

Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer Reviews

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Keep at it
Review by SueK posted on 27 February 2013

I nearly gave up on this, I found it hard to move, infact I could hardly squeeze enough to get the scale to register and I had to get a replacement probe. But...I did it and I am an absolute convert. This is a must-have piece of exercise equipment. I cannot explain the difference I feel, and I find it hard to believe that my pelvic floor had become so redundant, it was as if it was no longer part of my body. Progress was slow but it has been years worth of neglect and i have no one else to blame. I use this twice a day without fail and i am now at level 4 and improving. I would buy this again and recommend this to others in a similar position.
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Love it.
Review by TLC_65 posted on 3 December 2012

  • Bladder Weakness including stress, urge and frequency incontinence
  • Recovering from birth and birth trauma
I was given one of these as a sample prior to the UK launch, I am a freelance journalist working in the health sector. I am writing a piece on it for a major publication but I wanted to say that this is brilliant. After the birth of my second child last year I suffered terribly with unwanted leaks and mishaps. I was certainly slower to recover after my last pregnancy and this has been a concern to me. I received this Trainer and duly tested it, finding my strength test recorded (Squeeze scale they call it) a paltry 2. I have so far exercised for 2 weeks twice a day and I am already up to 4 so I am delighted to know that I am getting stronger. Better too is that I have not worn a pad in the last week, and DB noticed too and we're a bit like Teenagers again. Who'd have thought it.
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Definitely worth using
Review by Chris posted on 6 April 2014

  • Recovering from birth and birth trauma
  • Pelvic floor exercise
After have my 3 children, my pelvic floor was never the same. Over the last 9 years after having my last child I have tried all sort of methods of pelvic floor exercises; cones, kegelcisor, ben wa balls etc and none of them really motivated me to keep going. I feel that was due to the fact I couldn't tell whether it was making an improvement. With this unit, you are coached through the exercises, you get feedback and can see yourself improving and because you almost have a 'personal coach' you are motivated to keep on doing the exercises. I'm quite competitive and now i know there is a level 10 - I'm going for it! I would recommend this unit and the customer service.
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Good but could be better
Review by ButterflyJak posted on 2 September 2013

  • Bladder Weakness including stress, urge and frequency incontinence
  • Prolapse
  • Recovering from birth and birth trauma
I've been using this unit for a few weeks now and always knew I have pelvic floor muscle problems, I've had stress incontinence most of my life, op solved the issues, also had rectocele some years ago and still have issues. I have had biofeedback in the past at the physio's. This unit is good for the money, it does encourage you to do the work yourself, but I don't think the gauge is that accurate as when I don't squeeze and it tells me to it's already on 2 bars. The voice is good, but unit would be much better if you could adjust the volume up/down or even uses earphones, I have to put the radio on so my son in the next room can't hear it and question me, had a panic when the phone rang with a business call (how do you explain that one!). You can turn the volume off completely, but then you have to watch the unit to squeeze and relax the correct times.

It does only take 10 minutes to run through the program and I would recommend doing it sitting upright in a chair, I tried the first time propped up in bed but the probe kept coming out.

Also check the batteries that come in the pack as one of them that came with mine was leaking, print came off on my hand, didn't realise it was leaking until the unit stopped working after 2 uses and it had leaked inside, once cleaned out and new batteries it worked ok.

Lastly I have a nickel allergy and this unit is completely nickel free so a very good alternative to the pelvic toners.
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It actually works...i have my life back
Review by Linda posted on 3 February 2013

  • Vaginal looseness and lack of sexual sensation
  • Surgery
I have used this kegal 8 trainer for 5 days now, just after the second day i noticed signifacnt improvements. i am so excited because i was losing hope because i am 6 weeks post surgery from having mesh removed due to mesh erosion. I wished someone had introduced me to this device prior to having my surgery 6 years ago and 5 operations later to remove my mesh. This is a genuine product a must to use before making a mistake like a did. I advocate for No mesh, go for this first and follow the program.
Anyway, past is past and i am very pleased to have found this product. I have found the instructions very easy to follow and the talk back guidance keeps me focused to finish my sets properly. Before i would sometimes do more or less which didn't help me at all....There are many positive points to make about this machine.
1 It keeps you on track and focus you to stay with a routine
2. Easy to use with voice overall and on screen prompts
3 Natural use of your own muscles.
4 Easy to pack for going away trips.
5 Options to test each week to view progress.
6 You pump air to suit your own size .
7 Easy to clean
* and It actually works .
it is so good i am purchasing another one for my sister because like many women she has a small issue that unattended could get worse...i recommend this product with a 10 out of 10 results. Thank You Linda.
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Great bit of kit. highly recommended.
Review by Dianne J posted on 23 January 2014

  • Vaginal looseness and lack of sexual sensation
It has only been through using this machine that I have been able to properly use my pelvic floor muscles. It is amazing because for years I thoughts I was squeezing and doing my kegels properly (doing so during sex etc) but it seems as though I wasn't really doing it properly because I didn't get a very good reading. I practised and have got my reading up nearly to the top and I am amazed, my husband feels a real difference. It is a shame that more women do not have access to a machine like this to be able to tell exactly if they are moving their muscles properly because I sure as heck wasn't.
Great bit of kit. highly recommended.
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Faulty product and bad customer service
Review by disgruntled posted on 6 July 2013

The screen keeps switching off which is intensely irritating. Having originally told me that the machine was faulty and asked me to send it back, they then denied that it was and refused a refund. I am pursuing the matter with trading standards/CAB.

Kegel8 writes - Dear Customer
I am sorry you are unhappy with our service, you have not given us an e mail so I am unable to write to you personally. I am aware of the fact you returned your product thinking it was faulty when you said the screen the 'just switched itself off'. When you spoke with Lynne here in Customer Services she agreed that the screen shouldn't just 'switch off' during use and asked you to return it to our freepost address for us to investigate further.

We received your Pelvic Trainer and tested it and could find no fault, the screen did not switch off - the programme was still visible but the back light went out as it states in the instructions, to preserve battery life. The machine functioned correctly and this included the fact the back-light goes out after a couple of minutes of use to preserve battery life. We telephoned you and stated this confirming that the machine was working correctly. We explained to you that the screen does not switch off but as part of the Pelvic Trainers functionality to preserve battery life the back light goes off during an exercise programme, and can be switched on again. We explained that if you want to follow the on-screen prompts and the squeeze scale you only have to press the screen button to relight it up again. This feature is clearly labelled in the instruction booklet and I am sorry that you misunderstood or missed the description of this energy-saving aspect of the Trainer.

You then stated that even though you had used the product you now did not want it and wanted a refund. We said we were sorry you felt that way and that you had clearly used the product, it was not and had never been faulty. However as a gesture of goodwill we would refund the cost of this machine minus the vaginal probe which you had used. You stated that you wanted a full refund, and we stated that although Customer Service is paramount to us here at Kegel8, we would not refund on a used probe. As you felt this was unsatisfactory we returned the Pelvic Trainer with the used probe back to you. I am sorry you feel disgruntled, I would really liked you to persevere with the Pelvic Trainer to have enjoyed the benefits - it is a great machine, and I am sorry that the back-light switching off, which can be relit with one touch, and is an energy saving function has deterred you from wanting to keep it. I want every purchaser to be delighted with their purchase from Kegel8, and I am sorry that on this occasion we have not met your expectations. Our offer of a full refund on the machine only still stands.

Please note - Any working returned machines (machines only, excludes probes) to Kegel8 that are the subject of refunds are then recycled as samples to Physiotherapists and Clinicians in the NHS and private practice for them to show their patients/clients. We are inundated with requests from Clinicians wanting samples, as a small private company we are unable to fulfil all requests simply because we can't afford it, and sadly many charities and groups don't have the funds to buy samples either.
We always have a huge waiting list for demo samples, but anyone asking for samples to show to Women's groups, Patient groups, Conferences etc, are put onto a waiting list.
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Harder than it looks - but worth the effort
Review by L Smith posted on 30 April 2013

  • Prolapse
  • Hysterectomy
I found this really hard to get a reading which quietly horrified me. I have now got it to a reasonable level after 3 months of use, but be warned this is not easy. It takes real effort. I was diagnosed with a mild prolapse and I feel it has benefited me. I would recommend it to other women in a similar situation - I an desperate to avoid a hysterectomy (my mum had one at 34 and always regretted it). I am also waiting for the anal probe to come into stock, because I will use it anally as well as my prolapse is rectal and my Physiotherapist said that will also help me. My Physiotherapist said this was the best machine for me because it gives bio-feedback and tells me how I am progressing. If I didn't have his I would have no indication of the strength of my pelvic floor muscles - possibly until it is too late.

On the whole great customer service, would have given 5 stars but have had to wait for my anal probe to come into stock so I have marked them down:(

Kegel8 Says: Thank you for your kind feedback about the Kegel8 Trainer - I am sorry that the anal probe is as yet still unavailable. We can now confirm that the manufacturer has this on the production lines and we expect delivery within 12 - 16 weeks, we will expedite your order as soon as possible.
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Brilliant - wouldn't be without my 'Kegel Kit'
Review by K posted on 28 March 2013

This is an amazing bit of kit. I have been using the Kegel Ultra and was keen to see how I was doing using the Pelvic Trainer. I am thrilled to bits with the results, as is my partner. This regime is part of my everyday life now and has been a real success. I have no intention of finishing, I will carry on until I am at 10 and maintaining it.
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I think this is great and highly recommend it.
Review by Pru posted on 8 November 2013

Bought this after I saw it on This Morning with Dr Chris Steel, it is great. I knew i wasn't as strong and in control as I used to be, and this seemed to speak to me! I have used it for about 4 days so far and it is great. It tells me how strong I am and it talks me though my exercise. It takes about 10 minds and I am doing it morning and night. It is amazing that I think I have been squeezing the wrong muscles - it wasn't until the probe is in place that I realised how to use the correct muscles.
I think this is great and highly recommend it.
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Product Questions

Which Kegel8 machine would be my best purchase? I have a pelvic toner, which I have been using, but I'm still unsure if I'm exercising the right muscle. I do have a slight prolapse as there is the bulge at entrance of vagina but I don't seem to have much of a urinary leakage. My problem is more rectal, when I run or powerwalk I feel the urgency in the bowel and think I'm going to have an accident. This stresses me out and I won't do anything without having been to the toilet.
I don't want an operation but I really need to try and sort this out before it gets worse.
Your help and advice would be appreciated
Many Thanks
I have a prolapsed bladder which I can feel as a lump just inside the front of my vagina - this only got worse over the last week when I had a really bad cough and now I can feel it more. Also I have had bladder weakness for many months, needing to go to every single toilet when I am out! I don't want an operation - will one of your machines help to get me back in shape and get the bladder 'lifted up' a bit?
I have got a pessary ring would I be able to use any of your devices to help with my pelvic floor exercises ? .
I have the Kegel Ultra vitality and have been using it for 6 months. I bought the pelvic trainer as I wanted to see where I was on the scale.... I was five and this prompted me to up my exercises to twice a day to get a better reading. I have however just tested myself and I am a three!!!... no missed sessions, every day...I can even feel that my pf weaker as I cant hold it so well....how can this be?? ... the only thing that has changed is my personal trainer.........he has me doing far heavier weights than my old one and I wonder if this is having an impact .... but would it be enough to set me back two marks in three weeks??
Hi there am just wondering will this help with an over active bladder.x

Are there any contraindication for the use of The Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainerl? Especially anything related to cervical erosion and fibroids?


I'm 31 weeks pregnant, can you confirm if this is ok to use when pregnant, not just pre conception or after birth. I'm not sure I'm exercising correctly.

Hi, quick question: I wanted to start pelvic floor exercises and am interested in the Biofeedback Pelvic trainer as I'm the sort that responds best in knowing & having feedback. I am 40, have not had children yet but am thinking about it now so think this could help and want to spice up sex life (have no concerns either way). Just wanted to know I could use this as both feedback system and to do the actual training. In other words, this machine isn't just a feedback machine is it?
I don't have any urinary or bladder weaknesses. But I am now 43 y.o. and I'd like to start doing kegel exercises as a preventive measure. I need an advice on what would be the best product for me. I know how to check whether I am exercising the right muscles. And I want something where I'd do exercises not a tool which would do exercises for me. I am unsure whether pelvic trainer and pelvic cones/balls would be the best option?
I have nerve damage after having a coil inserted under general anaesthetic. This has resulted in urine leakage and urine retention. Which would be the best programmes for me on my Kegel 8 ultra ? Thank you
Can you use the biofeedback pelvic trainer while pregnant?
I have a problem with urine leaks when I cough and sneeze. I have had two pregnancies. Can you help me please?
I had a difficult birth with my son getting stuck in the birth canal, things became urgent and to cut a long story short i was extensively cut to enable his safe delivery. I have now had prolapse surgery bowel and bladder 17 weeks ago. I have been working on pelvic floor exercises and whilst it was extremely difficult to begin with I feel quite a difference but now want to work them harder. I am planning to go back to the gym beginning February and need my pelvic floor muscles to be in great shape. I have been looking at the kegal8 and would appreciate your advice. Unfortunately when I asked dr for advice or to refer me to women's health physio he was dismissive. For the record I am 57.
Hi I have a rectocele and mild urinary incontinence. Is the Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer the right machine for me? WIll i have to purchase an anal probe? thanks.
Hi, I have a moderate rectocele & slight cystocele. Medication has helped with both urine & bowel incontinence. I am on the waiting list for a rectocele repair & I have to decide on the day of the op whether to have the cystocele repaired. The Consultant would not have offered surgery for the cystocele if it wasn't for the rectocele.
I would like to purchase one of your products that tells me what improvement I am achieving. Please can you advise me on which would help me. Thanks.
I have a weak pelvic floor since childbirth. I used to have a bit of stress incontinence prior to this, mainly on sneezing or laughing too hard. Now I leak quite often, especially when I run anywhere which I find quite debilitating as I enjoy sports. It's much worse around my period ( I read the post re relaxin).
My question is should I go for the manual toner or one if the electrical stimulation ones? I am 37 and have one child. I sometimes get sore around my vagina as well, particularly when I have been carting my son around too much.
I initially had some physio post birth (1.5 - 2 years ago) and she seemed to think my strength wasn't awful but the leaking has got worse since then.
Thanks for your help.
I have a Kegel8 UltraVitality and have been using it for some months. What is the difference with the K8 Trainer?? Why would I need to buy another similar product?
Is the kegal8 available on percription
I had a c-section. When can I start using Kegel 8?
Thank you
Kegel8 Trainer

I am confused as to the use of this item; I am finding your instruction manual contradictory, page 5 appears to stipulate one thing and page 7 another, please clarify this for me.

Page 5: Using the Kegel8 Trainer to exercise your pelvic area can: (4th item on list) Treat vaginal and uterine prolapse (depending on severity of symptoms)

Page 7: Contraindications: The Kegel8 Trainer should not be used (7th item on list) If you suffer from uterine prolapse

Your input would be very much appreciated as I am rather confused by this.

Many thanks - Jackie
Hello my name is Florence...I have read reviews on the kegel8 bio feedback trainer and I would love to try it so much I leak sometimes and I went to my gynecologist and he said I needed to have a procedure called perineal repair I want to try this machine before anything...I have been doing kegel exercise but I don't feel like am doing anything and then am not sure am targeting the right muscles can you please help me by sending me one of this machines to try out!thank you for your time hope to hear from you soon
Does this help with Reverse Kegels? I'm looking for something to help me know when I'm relaxing the muscles.

I'm a 33 year old woman, and no children just yet (in a few years or so). I have no pelvic floor muscle problems that I am aware of
Will this benefit me at all if so, how?
From certain reviews I'd gather that it does increase improve sex intensity?
Is this true in all cases even before childbirth?

Looking forward to hear from you
I have had a hysterectomy one year ago and has left me with a very weak pelvic floor, will your product Kelgel8 be of benefit to me
I am interested in the Kegel8 Biofeedback pelvic trainer but I always struggled when i used tampons, I have since had a hysterectomy age 44 and experience dryness and now have an overactive bladder, Is this easy to use or is there a unit that uses electode pads.

How an I tell if the probe is the correct position?

I have purchased the kegal tight and tone plus, and am finding it tricky to use. If I insert the probe low I feel a strong and uncomfortable shock, if I place it too high, I feel nothing. How can I tell if it is in the right place? The instructions aren't clear enough.

Also, I find the smooth, grooveless probe difficult to keep in. Any advice?

Thank you
Sexual intercourse not so good after hysterectomy, had HRT improved, then after Breast Cancer had to come off, now not so good again. Will this help?
Has anybody used this & Actually stopped urine leaking
Since having my eldest child (a long labour and forceps delivery) I have had mild stress incontinence. No day-to-day problems, but sneezing, running, vomiting, etc can result in slight leaks if I am not very careful.

I would like to improve things but am not sure which device is best for me. My main issue is time. My youngest is only a baby and I really need to multitask! On that basis I am wondering if the Biofeedback trainer is likely to be the best bet for me since I can train myself to do manual exercises better, and therefore long term can avoid skipping days by doing them in the playground waiting for pick up or whatever. That seems better than being tied to needing privacy (something which is currently in very short supply). Or does the electrical machine give far superior results?
Does the Kegel 8 Bio-feedback trainer come with it's own case?
Hi I have your kegel 8 ultra and I have a rectocele and cystocele and I have just read on here if the bulges are there the machine may well not be doing the job. How do I tell if it is helping me. I do not want to have surgery so bought this machine but am now wondering if it will help me. Many thanks sue
My 11 year old daughter has been suffering from giggle incontinence for over 3 years; whereby when she laughs with her friends; her bladder completely empties and is becoming increasingly embarrasing for her and she is getting put off going on school trips and sleepovers with friends it can happen very quickly and also happen more than once even when her bladder has been emptied. I have taken her to see our GP they have ruled out bladder infections but they think she will grow out of it, we have also tried chiropracty which did help but only whilst she was having the treatment and has come back again. I have tried to teach her pelvic floor ex but she finds it difficult to do and also hard to get her to do any ex on a regular basis. Do you have any products that may help her as she is getting socially embarrassed by her incontinence and she is going to secondary school this year.
I would be grateful for any advice you can give as I am aware a lot of your products are designed with probes which I am not sure are viable for young girls!!
I have recently had surgery for grade 3 cystocoele, grade 2 enterocoele, grade 2 recto omelet and grade 2 vault descent. I had a hysterectomy last year following a womb prolapse following spinal surgery and nerve damage. I am now wanting to buy a kegal 8 machine and font know which one I should buy. My pelvic floor is very weak even though I have done manual exercises. Please advise me which machine to start with

Thank you
Can you please confirm that this biofeedback device does not contain any nickel on the probe. I have a Kegel8 Ultra which has caused severe irritation, also the nickel free probe wears out very quickly so was looking at an alternative.

I bought a Kegal 8 approx.£149) earlier this year. Mostly it has been reasonably effective but as it doesn't actually show that I am squeezing correctly I am left wondering if I could be more effective. Your new pelvic Trainer seems to answer my questions. Is there any way using my machine that I can tell if I am doing the correct exercises?
Does this unit have the voice prompts please? My friend had one many years ago and I wanted to know if it is the same one.


salve ho 48 anni e soffro di incontinenza da risata e tosse, sono in sovrvapeso, ho usato le sfere ma non riesco a capire se ho fatto bene gli esercizi , le sfere tento a scivolare verso il basso
quale kegel i indicato x me
Hello. I have mixed stress and urge incontinence. I was interested in buying one of the kegel8 machines. But which machine do you recommend for me to use? Also what would the prices be converted to in United states? Thank you.
Hi my sister heard about you product and asked me to find any information for her. She is 61 years old, she has a prolapse and is on oestrogen medication would she be suitable for the Kegel 8

Thanks for any information.
Have just started using today and it has changed to Chinese
I have a bladder prolapse which apparently is quite bad, would this machine help.?
I have difficulty controlling flatulence which is SO embarrassing.
Will Kegel 8 help?
Does this Kegle8 item have the probe with it? I can't see how as it wouldn't be able to be used but it certainly appears to look that way. I don't want to order only to find I have to order other bits to use it.
I'm struggling with the Trainer I can't seem to keep the probe in place it travels to high when I start doing kegels and then I get no reading when I squeeze. Also the reading varies from 58 to 79 if I just tilt my pelvis but don't actually squeeze my pf. What am I doing wrong?
I have recently, in April had a partial hysterectomy and a front and back prolapse repair, I feel like the repair hasn't worked very well and wondered if the kegel trainer would be beneficial to me at this stage? Any assistance would be appreciated.
I have just had surgery, anterior & posterior repair ( using Bio mesh )following a prolapse after my Hysterectomy (which I had 15 months ago )I prolapsed within 6 months of my Hysterectomy.
This has been mainly due to poor collegen levels. I have already one of you trainers( I purchased in April 2012 ) which defiantly helped the blood flow to the vaginal tissue area but couldn't help the prolapse.I used it every day to help tone the area but only corrective surgery could sort the problem.
I am now keen to ensure a better outcome &
I have been looking at your new trainer & wonderd how soon do you think I could use it ,I'm four weeks post surgery now .
& as a previous customer would I be entitled to the 10% discount as I have missed your offer?
Kind Regards
I had a baby 15months ago and since then my sex life feels like its not as great as before nor my bladder, when i need to go toilet i can hold it but not for long, will the biofeed toner help with this?
I am inclined to leak from my bladder, I don't get much sleep as I go back and fore to the toilet through the night. Also I am not having sex as I have not much feeling. Which one of these products do you suggest I buy to help my need's.

Thank you
I am 16 weeks pregnant and want to strengthen my pelvic floor. Can you use this or any other of your machines whilst you are pregnant?? Xx
I live in Nairobi Kenya and would wish to purchase the kegel8 pelvic toner. How do I go about it?
What's the difference between the older and newer version of the Kegel8 biofeedback trainer?
I have had problems with my Kegel 20 and don't feel that I'm getting anywhere with it so I'm wondering if this would be a suitable alternative for me.
What's the correct body position for using the biofeedback pelvic trainer? Should I use while lying down or seated?
si possono usare i coni e i kegel eletrostimolatori insieme

I would like to know when will this product will be back on stock? Thanks
i have purchased and been using kegel 8 ultra for three months now. I am wondering what the benefit would be to purchase and use the bio feed back
I have had 2 children and my pelvic floor has not been great since. I used to run regularly but recently whilst running i noticed that it had got worse. I've been to the Doctor who said that i needed to do pelvic floor exercises. I haven't got a prolapse but it doesn't feel great when i over do exercise. I have tried little runs but when i tire it doesn't feel good at all! I now just go to toning classes and Pilates. I have bought the cones but only used them once as was worried that it made it feel worse. Can you recommend another product which may be better for me please?

Thank you.

Hi Kegal, just wondering as I got an email from you with this trainer on offer. I already have the Kegal ultra 20, so was wondering if I could get the trainer along side the ultra 20, or is that just another thing someone could use if they didn't have the ultra? Thank you for your response beforehand
How and where can I buy kegel 8 in south africa and how much?
I had a hysterectomy over 20 years ago when I was in my fortis and now suffer from rectocele where the organs drop down making my life very uncomfortable. Why has my physiotherapist not advised me to use this product. I have also read not to use pelvic floor exercise cones, if there is a severe prolapse does this apply too to your product.
I have a bladder prolapse and started using the Kegel8 Ultra 20 two months ago, along with the Hab It DVD. I use the Ultra 20 once daily on the prescribed programmes for prolapse, twice daily made me sore and I reduced to once daily after advice from you. I use the Hab It DVD usually 5 days out of 7. There has been no worsening of my prolapse and although it can feel as if it's dropped down into my vagina it doesn't look as bad as it used to.

My questions are, before I spend even more money, what benefit would I get from the Kegel8 Trainer?

Are there exercises that need to be done in addition to the Ultra 20 and the Hab It DVD?

Is there any way of knowing if I'm doing kegels correctly without the Kegel8 Trainer?
I bought a Kegel 8 Ultra a few years back as I felt my pelvic floor muscles were weak. I didn't feel it made any difference at the time so stopped using it. Over the last year I have been leaking urine badly when I exercise. Its getting worse. I was looking at the biofeed kegel but not sure whether the device I already have is the best product for me. Can you advise?

Kind regards
Hello! I had a forceps delivery 12 wks ago and an episiotomy and stitches. I had severe incontinence for the first few weeks but this has improved massively- even when I sneeze I'm ok! Just get caught out occasionally! My prob is my orgasms! I have all the same sensations but when I actually reach orgasm it's like it's been muted!! I used to have strong orgasms and this is so hard to get my head around!! It just feels as though my muscles are so weak they can't contract? I have always been physically fit and rode my horses up to 6 wks before birth and back in the saddle 4 wks post birth. I walk regularly and use a rowing machine 4 times a week. I'm desperate to get my orgasms back!!! Been manually doing p floor and have improved a lot but need help now!!! I have absolutely no idea which product I need??? Argh!!! Look forward to hearing from you, thanks Michelle
I have a bladder prolapse would Kegel 8 be suitable to use in this case.
I have been using the Kegel8 Biofeedback machine for two weeks now. At first my score was 4 with occasional 5 NowI cannot get above a 3! What am I doing wrong?
Can you use this matching with Peri size nickel free probe
i am a french midwife and i would like to know if i can use this product for my postpartum young mums perineale reeducation?
Can it be available on prescription now?
Not the "boitier" but the "sonde".
Thank you.
I am 67 years old. I would like to strengthen the pelvic muscles and hopefully increase vaginal sensations, too. I recently bought an egg-shaped vaginal toy but I could not keep it inside, it just slid out. I had no idea my pelvic muscles were in such a bad shape! It's true that I have never done Kegel exercises so it's not surprising that things have become this way.
( I did have leaks when coughing or sneezing a few years ago, but I had a minor operation for that and have not had that problem since.
Please can you tell me which Kegel 8 product you would recommend me to try?
Many thanks.
With this machine is it doing the exercises on your pelvic floor like a slender tone machine or dyou have to do the exercises whilst it in?
I am looking into buying one of your products. I'm 45 with MS. Since having my last baby 3 years ago I have been suffering from an over active bladder and I'm sure a weak pelvic floor. I was wondering, because of my MS...will I be ok using one if these products?
I had the TOT tape fitted in September 2013 and due to limited improvement this has made me search the market again for a product that my help me. I cannot identify my pelvic floor muscles (despite having had physio) to train them correctly and am sick of hearing people say to "pretend to stop having a wee". Is it safe for me to use this after having this operation, I really don't want to have to have it done again and need to do some positive kegel training.
I am 6 weeks pregnant. Can I use your product?
I have just bought the Kegek8 Trainer and am looking forward to using it and hopefully improving my strength score, however reading through some of the earlier reviews people have talked about a 10 min exercise programme with voice prompts which help to keep you focus on the exercises. The unit I have doesn't have any voice prompts, just a beep to indicate start of a 'squeeze' or 'rest' which is fine, but the training programme only lasts for about 2 mins, not 10. The only other option us the free training programme which has no time limit & no prompts. Is this correct?
If so, I understand the point of the free training programme so we can all focus on slow or fast exercises as we see fit and we can monitor or squeezes on the display, however particularly at this early stage I would have prefered an option that gave me a specific programme to follow, with prompts to keep me focused, which lasted for about 10 mins as 2 mins is surely not long enough, I keep having to turn the unit off & on again.
I'm assuming my unit is possibly a newer version, which us why there are some differences, but I just wanted to check.
Hi there, I've been using the Kegel8 ultra 20 for a while now maybe not as regular as I was when I first got it...but I noticed that when usingprogramme 8 you can't go over 25 mas I am using it on that programme & I can't feel anything. Am I doing it wrong? If I increase mas I can feel it but in the booklet it says it can cause harm to me. What can I do about it? I have noticed a difference with sensation & being able to control my bladder a bit more than before but a bit concerned about this particular programme. I Look forward to hearing from you.
Can you tell me if there is an anal probe for this machine yet.