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Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner

  1. Revolutionary digital pelvic floor toner designed especially for men, to tone strengthen and invigorate
  2. ALL NEW programmes to strengthen your pelvic floor to the max
  3. The only pelvic floor toner for men that can be used with an anal probe OR external skin electrodes
  4. Clinically proven programmes to stop leaks, help you achieve a more satisfying erection, and more
  5. Developed in the UK with leading clinicians for best results

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Thought kegels were just for girls? Think again! You need the Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner

Many of us aren't even aware that men have a pelvic floor, let alone what it does. Kegels are for girls right? Wrong! In men, the pelvic floor muscles are responsible for supporting the bladder, bowel, and preventing dribbles and leaks just the same as in women. Your pelvic floor strength also determines your erection strength and weak muscles can lead to erectile dysfunction and difficulty ejaculating.

Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles which form a sling shape which runs from your pubic bone to the base of your spine. One of these muscles actually sits at the base of the penis and is responsible for erections and ejaculation. It is often this muscle which starts to weaken first and if ignored, it simply stops functioning.

For the first, in 2014, researchers demonstrated that pelvic floor exercises can be effective in treating premature ejaculation. The European Association of Urology found that men who have had lifelong problems with premature ejaculation benefitted from performing pelvic floor exercises. Premature Ejaculation (PE), defined as 'ejaculation within a minute', affects a significant minority of men at some stage in their lives but could be prevented with simple pelvic floor exercise.

It's true that pelvic floor muscles weaken with age, but this isn't the only cause of pelvic floor problems in men. In younger men, the muscles can become too tight which can be just as damaging and result in hypertonic pelvic floor. Whilst this is a particular problem for super-fit gym-goers, it can also be caused by emotional stress. The result of hypertonic pelvic floor - permanent tightening of the muscles which can lead to severe pain in the rectum, genital area and even the lower back.

Manual pelvic floor exercises are a process of contracting and relaxing your pelvic floor muscles, but when these muscles are so difficult to isolate and the technique is so hard to master, it's easier said than done!

Kegel8 V For Men makes it easy

The Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner is a revolutionary electronic pelvic toner that uses neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) to stimulate the muscles in your pelvic floor to contract and relax, giving you an effective pelvic floor workout while you relax.

Simply insert the anal probe or place the skin electrodes into position (between your anus and your scrotum), select the programme that suits your needs and begin your exercise session. With 50% of people performing kegels incorrectly, Kegel8 V For Men gives you the peace of mind that your kegels will be effective and your pelvic floor will be strengthened.

The recommendation for manual pelvic floor exercises is to exercises for around 10-15 minutes, following a programme of fast and slow contractions, 3 time per day; with Kegel8 V For Men the neuromuscular electrical stimulation does all the work for you in one easy session per day.

Here’s why you should consider upgrading to the gold probe;

As standard with the Kegel8 V For Men you’ll find a slim anal probe, this is perfect for beginners.

However advanced users (Thank you Gentlemen, your feedback is, as always, invaluable) have reported the far superior levels of stimulation, improved performance and easier insertion when using the Perisphera. So much so we have decided to add this probe as an optional upgrade with every purchase.

The Perisphera A is a really comfortable probe to use, and not only that it is highly effective, doubling the pulse power and treatment capability in one go! This Italian designed probe offers 4 different insertion depths from 40mm and 55mm that are fully adjustable. This insertion option ensures effective treatment and personal comfort. This probe has been designed to treat defecatory disorders (faecal incontinence & flatus incontinence) and for post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence such as dribbling and leaks. Using 4 gold plated electrodes the probe uses both channels on the Kegel8 V For Men controller. This delivers stronger stimulation and gives the user intensity control over the front and rear electrodes. For instance, if a user feels stimulation pulses more on one side than the other (this could be a sign of localised nerve damage) the weaker side can be adjusted using the appropriate channel (channel A or channel B) until the user feels the stimulation at a comfortable level – this is by far the best form of treatment.

Kegel8 V For Men Perisphera A Gold ProbeUpgrade to the gold probe now - Stronger pulses without compromising on comfort

Pulse intensity feels different too – many users report a smoother more comfortable treatment – and by far a much stronger pulse contraction with this probe. The end has been designed spherically with a flat section that is ideal for men with an enlarged prostate and the carefully positioned electrodes allow for a more precise treatment of the puborectalis muscle and internal anal sphincter. Two sets of leadwires are supplied as standard with the V For Men. One of our advanced users said ‘Personally, this is in a different league to both the slim probe provided, and the Anuform probe I already had, and I am finding it much better to use. The construction and adjustment are superior to the slim probe and I even find insertion easier.’

What programmes does the Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner have?

What programmes does it have

Can I Use Kegel8 V For Men?

Kegel8 V For Men has been designed not only to address pelvic floor problems but also to prevent them making it an essential health aid for all men.

Classified a Class IIa Medical Device, Kegel8 uses Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) to stimulate and strengthen your muscles. This treatment method is perfectly safe and used widely by sportspeople and athletes for rehabilitation, muscle testing and strengthening.

However some people should not use NMES without first consulting a medical professional, these are:

  • If you have a pacemaker. Please check with your healthcare provider to see if it is safe to use NMES with your particular pacemaker, you may wish to print out a copy of our instructions so she/he can ascertain its compatibility.
  • If you are currently receiving treatment for any form of pelvic cancer, unless advised to do so by your healthcare provider. 

Our Customer Care team is always on hand to help with any questions. If you have any queries before or after your purchase please contact us, we want you get your pelvic floor in great shape again.

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Additional Information

SKU / Product Code 82217
Programmes 8 Pre-set | 3 Customisable
Brand Kegel8
Recommended For Men | Incontinence | Stronger Erections | Bowel Problems | Combating Premature Ejaculation
Can be used with Anal Probe | Skin Electrodes | KE Gel for Men | Kegel8 Klean
Included Contents Kegel8 V For Men Unit | Kegel8 Slim Anal Probe | Kegel8 Skin Electrodes | Lead Wires | Instructions
Certification CE | Class IIa Medical Device
Warranty 2 Year Manufacturer Warranty. Extended warranty available.
User Manual View and/or Download the User Manual (English)

View and/or Download the Kegel8 V For Men Quick Start Guide
Form Waveform: Symmetrical, rectangular bi-phasic with zero DC current.

Kegel8 V For Men Pelvic Toner Reviews

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First impressions: very good
Review by Paul posted on 10 October 2013
I just received the unit today. I used the unit for one session. So, this is a review of my first impressions. I will have to come back later for results.

The product seems to be well made. The instructions are overall very good. But, I am still left with some questions which I will get into. But, overall, I thought the instructions were good.

The instructions suggest using the unit twice a day every day for the first three months, then you can use it less frequently. The programs are 15 to 20 minutes long. So, it is a fair amount of commitment to make to use the product. Before buying, you need to ask yourself if you are willing to put in the time or not. How important are the results to you?

The anal probe it comes with is sold separately as the "Slim Pelvic Toner Probe - Unisex". The instructions say the probe should last 3 months. So you will need to periodically replace the probe. And, perhaps some users might prefer some of the other probes available here.

I bought two sets of Kegal8's cleaner and lubricant. I think it was a fair price, but, if you prefer, you can get a water based lubricant and adult toy cleaner at an adult supply store.

If you are hesitant to insert something rectally, the lubricant works well and it is easy to insert. You may feel as if you need to go to the bathroom. I guess your body is thinking it is fecal matter. But that feeling goes away in a minute.

The product description notes that it can be used with either an anal probe or with skin electrodes. Additionally, it is a dual channel unit. This allows you to simultaneously use an anal probe and skin electrodes.

There are a few different programs. One of the main differences between the programs is the location of where you place the skin electrodes. Though there are also differences in the timings of the different programs.

One of the possible places for the skin electrodes is in the perineum area. But, of note, you use the electrodes in the pernium area instead of the anal probe, if you do not want to use the anal probe. None of the programs include using the both the anal probe and electrodes in the perineum area. In fact, the only program that uses both the anal probe and the electrodes has you locate the electrodes on the ankle, to stimulate the tibial nerve.

Using the unit doesn't feel like exercise really. I can feel some contractions, and tingling sensations. But, you don't work up a sweat or anything. They recommend increasing the milliamps slowly over days or weeks to not overwork yourself too quickly. But, of note, what feels like too much stimulation, like an uncomfortable electric shock, within just a few seconds, you acclimate to and it no longer feels uncomfortable. So, if you momentarily think you don't like it, give it just a few seconds and it should be okay.

The book says that Kegal8 sells two different skin electrodes, different size/shape for different locations. But I only see one kind available. I'm guessing that Kegal8 decided only one size is really needed and thus the printed manual is in error on that point.

So, now to the things that I did not fully understand that could have been explained better in the book. For one, it seems you only do one leg at a time with the tiabl nerve stimulation. You use a pair of skin electrodes on one leg, which takes one channel. But the unit comes with 4 skin electrodes. Which seems to imply that there should be a program that would do both legs at the same time. Or maybe you are only supposed to just use one set of skin electrodes at time and so you actually receive a spare set. I haven't figured that out yet. This should be explained better in the manual.

As far as placing the electrodes for the tibal nerve stimulation, the drawing could be better. It is a small diagram in the book. And my legs are big. Thus, proportionally, the electrodes on my leg are much smaller than the it looks on the diagram. What I mean is, based on the diagram, you would think the skin electrode covers the area from the ankle to near the rear tendon. But that is almost 4 inches on me and the electrode is about 1.5". So, where exactly does it go?

Based on looking at some diagrams online of the tibal nerve, it looks like it runs basically between the ankle and rear tendon, so, I put the pad basically halfway between.

Now, for the second one, where should it go? The drawing shows it above the first one. And you can guess maybe a couple of inches above the lower one. But, the book doesn't say specifically.

So, based on my best guess, I put the skin electrodes on my left leg. As noted, the lower one between ankle and rear tendon and the upper one a few inches higher. The instructions say to limit the skin electrodes to 15 ma, you can damage yourself if you go higher. But, I could just barely feel it at 15 ma. I would be tempted to increase the ma higher, but the instructions say not to. So, I'm not sure if I don't have the probes in the right spot, or, if that is normal, that you only barely feel the skin electrodes. I don't know.

So, basically, that is my main complaints with the book, not quite enough information about the skin electrodes. But, otherwise, it is a pretty good book.

I will report back in the future my result. But, I fear I may loose interest. Since, from day to day, you don't notice any difference, it may be difficult to stay motivated and shove something up your anus a couple of times a day. LOL. I will see how that goes.

Dear Paul,
Thank you for your feedback it is a great help to us.
I agree about the tibial nerve information, thank you pointing it out. I shall get that improved with a blog. I use tibial stimulation together with a vaginal probe and I do use the mAs higher than 15mA - usually at 30+ - that is my personal choice and I am unable to recommend that you do this because the clinical studies currently available cannot confirm or support this

I hear what you say about being bothered to do use the Kegel8 V For Men daily - do it like this - Clinical studies show that a course of pelvic floor physiotherapy like this, over 12 weeks, can last up to 5 years. It is a small price to pay when you start to get the benefits. So if you give yourself from now until Christmas - when you wake and go to bed every day - you will soon get into a routine. I've fallen asleep with mine before now, woken with it all in place and started again!
There are other things that you can do to help supplement your exercising, Vitamin D3 (we are big fans, clinically proven for female pelvic floors and I can't see why it wouldn't work for the men too), posture - BBS - Bum at the back of the chair - don't slouch, Weight - weight is a big one for both men and women, it puts pressure on the pelvic organs, but more importantly fat infiltrates muscle and weakens it, Consultant Urologist Mark Slack says that a 10% weight loss will create a 50% improvement.
Very much looking forward to hearing about your progress - thank you for your feedback, it will help us to keep improving and to help other men, if you'd like to write a 'guest blog' for us a bit down the line, we would love to have you write a piece for us.
At Kegel8 we know that many men and women have quietly suffered for years, many suffer with depression,relationships suffer and sometimes breakdown all due to pelvic problems - we want to empower users to help themselves. Your feedback is really appreciated!
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Kegelling all the way
Review by Jimmy posted on 21 October 2013
I have had a radical prostatectomy 6 weeks ago. After surgery I had a catheter for 11 days. After the removal of the catheter I was "free-flooding".
With the catheter removed I was advised to commence daily Kegel exercises. This I did, up to 5 full sets a day, though did not notice much improvement after 4 weeks.

6 weeks post-op I started to use the Kegel8, that is now 8 days ago.
I use program 7, 1 hour in the morning at 06.00 and 1 hour when I go to bed.

In the last week I have noticed a significant improvement. I am still leaking but no longer "free-flooding".

Yes, this is a big commitment and yes, I am not always in the mood to have the probe dancing away in my butt, but as Stephanie says, it's an investment.

It's an investment in myself and at least now I know that one day soon, the target is 6 weeks from now, I will be free of leaks.
I'll send a post when I have achieved this.
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Amazing! Something That Actually Works!
Review by Simonflys posted on 23 August 2016
At the age of 53, I had a radical robotic prostatectomy in early June 2016 - a major op not without its issues. Two of the biggies being urine leaks and erection problems. I had loads of info and 'warnings' about both issues before my op but, nothing quite prepared me for the reality of them.
By the time I got to the op stage, after all the scans, biopsies, probes and 'interventions' - I thought I could pretty much deal with any post op after effects. After all - my surgeon had prescribed me a course of pre-op pelvic floor sessions using the Anuform probe - via a local Physio. So, I thought I'd just pick up where I left off after my op. Not so.
It was pretty plain to me that I was going to need much more sustained and disciplined pelvic floor exercises to control my urine leaks. I'd be spending lots of time going back and forth between my home and the Physio - just to be wired up to the probe. That's when I discovered the Kegel8 for men following advice posted on the Prostate Cancer UK website. So I though I'd give it a whirl but I honestly didn't have any kind of high expectations.
To get to the point, I've been using the Kegel8 for nearly 6 weeks and the change in my urinary control and penile sensation has been remarkable. I've said goodbye to Tena Men (serves me right for joking about them in the past!) which may sound petty but I can assure you, for me, it's a massive, massive step forward! I've followed the suggested programmes religiously and they have now become an easy part of my daily routine - importantly in the comfort of my own home. I alternate between the supplied probe and my Anuform - which I prefer - it 'feels' like it's doing a better job!
In summary - I'm extremely happy with my Kegel 8 for Men (*), it's exceeded my expectations and I'm pretty sure it will support me well in the future.
(*) Just one gripe - nothing to do with the machine. This website and the communications from Kegel8 are very female centric - I've raised the issue with the sales guys so we'll see what happens.....Don't let that put you off guys, it's your recovery that's important!
Best of luck / Simon :-)
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vesatile product that works
Review by Getting better posted on 4 October 2013
For a long time I was told Pelvic Muscle exercises were easy to do any time...yes true, but so easy to forget !!
This machine is easy to set up and the excercises are very good multiple pre-programmes and a way to create your own when more confident. Basically plug in switch on and relax as the machine does the exercises for you!.
This machine is a very versatile and discreet personal assistant, always available when you want and fully adjustable to your own comfort. Comes comfortably sized to be in hand luggage with ease,easy to read screen and with a detailed handbook.
highly reccommended.
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Highly recommended
Review by Steve posted on 18 May 2016
I only wish there were more programs but then a mans body isn't as complicated as a woman's body. I suffer from weak anal muscles due to a sitting down job and lack of excercise so I often have a problem after using the toilet. I ve had this unit for over a week and already feel my problem isn't as bad as it was. For you men that are uncomfortable with the thought of something being stuck in your ass, face it ... We are human, we are not mechanical. I m not gay but I d rather accept something what is and once you get past that taboo way of thinking and accept it for what it is you ll feel better. I ve had endoscopy and colonoscopy and much rather would have the camera up my backside than down my throat.

I suffer also from premature ejaculation so watch this space as to whether or not this unit helps. It's not cheap at £150+ but worth every penny. I ve tried manual kegel excercise but it's not enough and at 45 this problem will definitely take the "man" out of you.

Bite the bullet and take a chance on it! You won't regret.
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Good product
Review by Pat posted on 25 January 2014
January 2014

I have just started to use the Kagel 8 V and am hopeful that it will help with my weak pelvic floor muscles and a loss of sensation to the penis. The device is well built with plenty of room for custom programs per my therapist. It comes in a very nice case, which was unexpected and the quality appears to be as good as more expensive devices that can be rented.

Only two minor cliches; my order was International and it got stuck at the ORD post office for 19 days with the USPS. An option to ship via Fedex or UPS, even at more cost, might save on the frustration. The other minor point is that the directions on page 31 for improving sensitivity to the penis are very vague with guidance as to where to put the surface electrodes.

The good news is that the customer service is excellent. Even during the busy times of the New Year holidays, they were very fast with a response to my questions and they even made sure that I did not pay the VAT tax.

And yes, I would buy from them again.
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Kegel8 Review For Men
Review by aw53 posted on 26 November 2013
I have recently purchased the above machine due to rectal, testicular and prostate issues. I have been fighting adverse prostate issues for 6 years and despite surgery and lots of medication, the condition / illness has not improved.
I have started using the Ultra machine in addition to a narrow and long wheat bag, which can be heated in a microwave. The 2 together give me much needed relief. The heat bag came about due to a member of staff in a local pharmacy explaining to me that a close relative had prostate illness used such and found it positively helped.
In relation to the Kegel 8, it took me some time to find the ideal intensity that suited me and would say to others, you must do the same. The machine can be varied in intensity up and down and this is a fantastic plus.The machine does have a male side with recommended prostate settings. Another bonus is being able to have the VAT returned as it is a health product. I know a number of men who have prostate illness and all of us, have tried our own solutions to overcoming this illness and their are many approaches and each is important to everyone of us, but this product is certainly helping me at the present time.
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Early days , but so far so good
Review by pete posted on 1 April 2016
Only unpacked it early this morning and used it for one hour I found the instructions quite challenging and technical but guess they have to be.
Bit concerned that there was no mention of prostate problems.I have early prostate cancer and underwent a t.u.r.p. procedure a couple of years ago.It did mention cervical cancer which seemed odd as the device is designed for men[?]
Hoping to carry it out twice a day ,religiously, for 12 weeks.

Thank you for your review. Within the contra indications on page 5 and on the web page, it does specify the Kegel8 V For Men should not be used if suffering from or receiving treatment for cancer. The reason for this contra indication is because we do not know what NMES (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation) does to cancer cells. Please refer to your Specialist/Consultant, only under strict advice should you use the V For Men with your diagnosis, please feel free to return the unit for a full refund in this instance.

Kind Regards
Customer Service Team Leader
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Review by Whynot posted on 7 December 2016
Thought I'd give this a try as starting to experience issues and thought better start sooner rather than later.
Been using it for about a week so far to early to judge results, but you can feel that you have worked the muscles after a session.
Would say to anyone thinking of trying one, don't get hung up on the idea of the anal probe. It's easy to use, and not at all unpleasant. In fact almost pleasurable.
Device is easy and quick to set up and use. Only comment I would make is documentation is inconsistent. I understand that everyone needs a different level so can't give exact settings. But at different points documentation states; turn it up until you can just feel a tickling sensation, as high as you can without discomfort, always as least 30mA when using the probe for it to be effective.
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V For Men
Review by Just Probing posted on 23 March 2016
As someone who suffers from chronic prostatitis, erectile dysfunction and historically, premature ejaculation, the opportunity of using a drug free alternative (especially after endless courses of ineffective antibiotics) seemed the obvious route to take.

So, I waited patiently for the V for Men to become available and when the email arrived telling me they were in stock, I purchased a unit. I have used a TENS machine before now for lower back pain and found it gave relief, so approached the NMES device with hope and an open mind. I read up on the benefits of pelvic floor exercise for men and was willing to outlay the investment on a unit.

I didn't have a problem with how you deliver the best stimulation. I am a keen user of a prostate massager (prostate massage is thought to help with the symptoms of prostatitis) so wasn't squeamish about anal insertion. For those who struggle with the idea or think it questions their masculinity, think again. The probe isn't big - it's as advertised - slimline. Use plenty of lube and once inserted, it only takes moments before you become acclimatised to the 'foreign object' and by the end of the programme, forget it is there.

The point I am trying to make is overcome any fear or machismo, and if you are able, use the probe. A word of caution though! Don't go all macho and turn the 'amp up to 11' straight away. Take the advice of the manual and take it slow. It is surprising how quickly you get used to the mA and start increasing without discomfort. Oh, and please don't think this is kinky or perverted, but I have begun to quite enjoy the sensation, especially when using the 'erection' programme.

I have only had the unit for just under a week, but have used it everyday, sometimes twice. It is far too soon to see any perceptible improvement, but I definitely think there maybe something happening on the erection front. Or is it just wishful thinking? Time will tell...

I will post another review after a further, extended period of treatment. In the meantime, thanks to Savantini for getting the unit back in stock.
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Product Questions

Are there any published studies showing the benefits of Kegel8 for men?
Hi, I have a condition where my pelvic floor muscles have difficulty to relax...
Causing pain/discomfort in the perineum area.. Currently we are trying to address that with yoga-like exercises which helps to a degree...

Does the unit for men (PO8) address this condition or will it be counterproductive...
Hello, my name is Gary.
Recently I purchased an E- STIM device from one of home shopping channels.
It seems to me that there is no way for me to find the right spot to place the device patches, any spot I place, it would not do the same job as I do myself while I am driving the device is not “deep contracting” my PC muscles as I do myself.
However, I like to know if I will purchase your device; will it contract my PC muscles the way I do while driving/sitting.? Would I feel the same effectiveness as exercising myself ?
Thank you,
Hi I have heard many great reports about the Kegel8 for men. Please can you tell me where I can purchase one. Thanks Phil
A couple of questions about the Kegel8 V for men. First; is the unit the same as one of the women's units, so that I can look at the PDF manual on line? Then secondly, is the unit adjustable to meet the settings that my therapist is recommending?

For stress incontinence it should provide a 50Hz current.

If you feel your strength has diminished and kegels are not working, then assisting your kegel effort with stim may be helpful according to research.

I believe it helps both with strength as well as motor control and at 50+Hz can reduce mm tension/pain. You may want to also try the urge setting as well(12hz). I believe this is where the stim has the most benefit in urge incontinence patients. Sometimes it is the stress(cough, sneeze, lift, sit to stand) that creates an uncontrolled urge and the loss

Thank you, Pat
Due to Prostatectomy, cannot use anal probe. Have the perineum electrodes, but your instruction says fit the electrode (singular) to the perineum. Where is the other electrode placed and what type?
I've been reading the other questions and you mention simultaneously using the anal probe and the skin electrodes to stimulate the tibial nerve. I don't see much in the manual about that. What benefit does stimulating the tibial nerve provide? I'm using the unit for pain and ED.

Also, does it make much difference how far the anal probe is inserted? Is there a way to know if it's in exactly the right position?
Hi if i buy this device what program or mode do we use for issues with premature ejaculation? It doesnt state it in the information supplied. Your website states that studies have found that pelvic floor exercises help with PE and that this product would help but i am confused which mode on the device to use?
Hi how long before i can use the unit after prostate surgery
Dear sir\madam

I'm very interested in buying this product but it seems it's been out of stock forever.
Can you please give me more info when I will be able to buy it or I should look for another brand?

Thank you in advance
I just purchases a kegel8 V for men.
Tried the sensitivity test & could feel at less tha 50ma. I am using program 7 at the moment & found that at 50ma the excercise seemed to lack response so tried 60ma & it improved,however at 70 ma I get a definite response & can feel muscles being excercised.
It is not really uncomfortable, is it ok to continue at this level as I am getting the best results ?
It maybe my pelvic floor muscles are very weak ?

Kind regards
When do you expect the Kegel8 V to become available ?


I was told stock was going to be available in october. Is it true that its now moved to january?
My husband has been waiting eagerly to order one of these but they are still unavailable. I have the vitality kegel 8 ..would he be able to use that at all if it was programmed ? He's hoping to get help for premature ejaculation which he has always suffered from .
I note that the Kegel8 Men has been out of stock for quite a while. Can I just purchase the women's Kegel8 and use it with an anal probe? Are the programmes the same and only the probe and colour of the unit is different?

Hoping I will get an answer as I emailed but nobody got back which I was not happy about!

Can this help with premature ejaculation. I have suffered now for over 20 years and I must do something about because I have a new lady in my life and I don't want this relationship to suffer as my previous ones have.
Your help is appreciated
Thank you for your response. You say twice a day. How long per day? Every day? 7 days a week? Your muscles don't need more recovery time?

I can see that using the device will take dedication. But, like most men, I want better sex, so, I will need to put in the effort.

I had seen that you sell Vitamin D on this site, but, I didn't know why. Thanks for the explanation. I actually had blood tested low on Vitamin D and directed to take Vitamin D supplements by my doctor. But, this will give me added motivation to be compliant on taking it.

A few months ago, I sent an email to your customer service asking if you had anything for men, and I was told you were coming out with such a product. But, I missed purchase of your first batch which sold out quickly. So, I put in my order already for the next batch. I look forward to receiving the unit. I wish I had gotten in on the first batch.
When is the product coming in stock? I was told in october that it was going to be in January?
When will kegel8 v for men be available? I want to buy one asap and wondering how long do i have to wait for new stock to arrive.
Hi I have a mucosal prolapse and suffer from bowel incontinence ( leakage of gas) and was wondering whether the kegel8 would be effective in treating this instead of opting for surgery. I have a mass which protrudes on defamation and also have mucous which causes intense pruritus
I too am waiting on the product to be available and as embarrassing as it is to ask such a question who can send me information on premature ejaculation as well as treatment for weak anal muscles due to a long time of sitting down on the job and not enough exercise? At 44 I feel like 90 in this department... So I need to get the ball rolling as soon as possible. Thanks

Some questions i had. Is there any update on the release? If I come across a previous model on ebay since it's being redone, is that okay to purchase?

Also does this work with US power sockets?

Thank you very much for the male anal programmes that were sent by email.

Can I also please ask which anal probes are the most complete/best to use? I note that some have 2 contact points and others one.

Thanks again
Hi. I purchased Kegel8V for men last month. I am using it from last 1 month, mostly on program 5.. I am using anal prob.

I am very concerned about getting Haemorrhoids (Piles). I am perfectly alright and surely not having that now.

But I seen people suffered with it and surely do not want to go through that.

I want know, if research is done in yhat regards and what are that chances of getting Haemorrhoids by using anal prob for stimulation?

please Let me know.


One of your previous questioners stated than the anal probe was unsuitable for use following a radical prostatectomy. I had that procedure a couple of months ago and suffering general and severe stress incontinence. What do I need to buy?
HI my husband has PE will thrKegel8 V For Men help this issue?
I was diagnosed with prostate cancer 9 years ago,but no treatment necessary . It has never developed further. Could I use the kegel 8 to improve erectile issues? Thank you.
I was interested in buying this unit to use via anal probe as well as tibial and sacral nerve.
I suffer from a weak/tight pelvic floor, premature ejaculation, difficulty starting to urine as well as emptying bladder, and having to somewhat force bowl movement.
I was wondering about which method mentioned above is most effective and if it were possible to use multiple similultaneously or alternatively. I am leaning towards the anal probe for relaxing/strengthening the muscles but I like the idea of resynchronizing the nerve signals.
So sorry for the long question,
Any and all advice much appreciated!

Thanks for getting back. I wish to use the device to build up my pelvic floor muscles as some surgery left them extremely weak and I now I can not hold in flatulence and have to take 4mg loperamide as otherwise I need to go to the toilet within 30 secs. I have had an anal manometry and they told me that my resting contraction was largely non existent so that was why the ring of pelvic muscle was not strong enough to hold anything in.

What programmes would you recommend for me to program in and how should I use them?

I have since obtained the pink Kegel8. Is it possible that someone can please send me the settings for all the male programmes so I can program them in?

I have asked this question before but received no answer.
I have purchased the perineum pads ( hour glass shaped), but although the script p.22 refers to the perineal skin electrode (singular), the drawing shows 2 pads, one either side of the perineum. How are the perineum pads fitted, in line with the body or across the body, where is the second pad fixed? What is the current (mA) settings for this type of pad? Should the tibial nerve pads be used in conjunction with the perineal pads?
Kindest regards
Hi Fiona

Thanks for your response to my question regarding purchasing the Kegel8 for women as a substitute.

Can I also ask, are all the programs different on the womens vs mens in general thus you would only be providing 3 of the most common programs programmed in the 3 custom slots?

How many male only specific programs does the male Kegel8 come with?

Does it have a programs for relaxing pelvic floor muscles ? How its affect the nerves and does it helps with premature ejaculation ?

Looking forrward to buy it
When will the Kegel8 V for men be available again? I think we are a lot of men that are waiting for this equipment. Why is it taking so long time for it to come into stock?
Best regards Pjmn
For ED, how much time a day, and how many times a week should the unit be used?

Is the anal probe more effective than the electrodes?

Can I use the unit while doing other things, like watching TV or Internet?
Hi! When will the Kegel8 V for men be available again?
I have mislaid the instructions and would appreciate replacement
Can you use kegel8 for men with manual exercises or would that be too much? I don't mean at the same time but at another point during the day.
Can this be used for premature ejaculation due to involuntarily tight and spasmic pelvic floor muscles?
As i see medical documents you've pointed in first comments are for weak muscles but this issues is the absolhte opposite? Also is there any aproved benefits for non-bacterial prostatisis? Thanks!
I want to purchase kegel8 for men, but i'm from indonesia, it will costing me much, is there any distributor in indonesia or asia? Or u can suggest the best way to get the product. Thank you
HI! We are still waiting for device! When will the Kegel8 V for men be available again?
You talk about offering the gold probe as an upgrade on the machine purchase but I do not see anywhere on the site that this can be done
Does Kegel8 helps to prevent the premature ejaculation?
Also could you please send me the link for all your male accesories? '
Thank you,