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Pelviline Vaginal Probe

  1. Pelviline vaginal probe - the perfect alternative to the Periform for prolapse suffers
  2. Wider design, ideal for a weak pelvic floor and for use with electronic pelvic floor toner
  3. Includes indicator wand to show your muscles working
  4. Solid design is suitable for those with pelvic organ prolapse (POP)

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If you suffer from a weak pelvic floor and find that normal probes are difficult to keep in place, the Pelviline Vaginal Probe offers the solution

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A solid version of our bestselling Periform+ probe, the Pelviline Vaginal Probe is wider than most standard probes and is easier to keep in place to make your exercises easy and effective.

Unlike the Periform+ probe, the Pelviline Probe is suitable for use by women suffering Pelvic Organ Prolapse. With the standard Periform+ probe, the prolapse can descend into the hollow of the probe, making exercising uncomfortable. This problem is eliminated with the Pelviline probe. Also, the Pelviline probe has an adjustable hilt, meaning it's easy to insert to the correct depth, and there's no danger of inserting it too far.

The Pelviline Probe also includes a handy indicator wand to show that you are exercising the correct muscles in the correct way. The stainless steel electrodes offer excellent conductivity and make your exercises easy, comfortable and effective.

Pelviline is suitable for use with Kegel8, EMS and EMG devices.

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 male pigtail connectors and is compatible with your Kegel8 device via your leadwire.

*To help extend the life of your probe and the lead wires we advise that when unplugging them you pull from the head of the connector and not from the wire (shown above) as this can damage the inside of the wire. The best way to avoid damaging them is to only remove the wires when you are changing probes as there is no reason to any other time.*

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Additional Information

SKU / Product Code 92244
Brand Everyway Medical
Can be used with Kegel8, EMS & EMG machines
Included Contents 1 x probe, 1 x removable indicator
Material Stainless Steel, ABS plastic
Length 10 cm
Insertable Length 3.3 cm
Diameter 3.3 cm
No. of Electrodes 2
Warranty 6 Months
User Manual View and/or Download the Pelviline Vaginal Probe User Manual
Overall Diameter 33mm

Pelviline Vaginal Probe Reviews

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Customer Review Summary
5 Reviews (9)
4 Reviews (2)
3 Reviews (1)
1 Reviews (6)
Total : 18 Reviews
Extremely good probe
Review by Claire posted on 1 June 2015
I was bit disapointed when I received this probe , it looked quite basic to the other probes I had purchased previously . But looks are defiantly deceiving ! It's by far the most effective for prolapse . Was having good results with other probes and just thought I would have a change , and I am very pleased with the results .
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(11 of 14 people found this review helpful)
Worth a try!
Review by Dee posted on 1 June 2014
I tried this as I have a rectocele grade 2 (prolapse and wanted to avoid surgery) and with the vaginal probe was only feeling sensation on one side. ~With this probe I am definitely feeling sensation on both sides. I have been using Kegel 8 for 3 weeks and though early days I am definitely feeling improvement.

I only wish this probe had the bar type fixed hilt,. as on the vaginal probe, as I have arthritis it is much easier to inserts and remove, more ergonomic and more comfortable. That is why I only gave it 4 stars.
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(10 of 11 people found this review helpful)
Ow, ow, OW!!!!!
Review by TriciaN posted on 21 October 2014
I bought the Pelviline probe as it was recommended for my prolapse. I had been using the Comfort probe that was originally supplied with my machine. I must admit that as soon as I saw the size of the Pelviline probe, I was dismayed, as I realise that my vagina is a little on the small side. However, I persisted with it for a couple of times, but even with plenty of lubrication, this probe has EDGES! and I find it really uncomfortable. Although I could insert it, I couldn't keep it inside without actually holding it in place. I have now given up and gone back to using my original Comfort probe which I can hold inside (hands free! :-) ) even when I;m moving around.
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(10 of 10 people found this review helpful)
Good for prolapse
Review by Rhoda77 posted on 2 March 2015
* Easy to insert
* easy to remove
*Feels comfortable
* like the wider shape
I have a prolapse and this was recommended to me. I find it comfortable and easy to use. The wider shape is better for me as I know that I have lost muscle tone and need to tighten up so I am hoping this will do the job.
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(9 of 10 people found this review helpful)
Review by Pansy posted on 16 January 2014
Found that I was only getting feeling on one side so tried this and found this much better also makes if feel stronger
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(7 of 8 people found this review helpful)
Its a good probe
Review by Sherri posted on 21 August 2014
Recommended to me by my Physio over the other one with the hole in it. I have a prolapse and she said this would be better for me.
Its a good probe
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(6 of 6 people found this review helpful)
Review by Brena posted on 25 August 2015
This is described as 'wider than most standard probes'. Boy, is it wide! I therefore cannot understand why this probe is the only probe provided with the Ultra Vitality Toner, as surely many people will have a problem accommodating it.

As another reviewer has mentioned, this probe has edges which make it very uncomfortable to insert; on top of that, the electrodes stick out. Much as I tried, despite using plenty of lubrication, I felt I would damage myself if I tried to insert it. It is not body-shaped!

If you are small, be prepared to pay for another probe if you are buying the Ultra Vitality Toner.
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(5 of 7 people found this review helpful)
Really good idea
Review by HappyMum posted on 5 November 2013
Really please with this as I have some pelvic floor prolapse and I always felt the one this shape but hollow pulled my insides out when I took it out. I thought: I wish they made one which was solid....and as luck would have it they do!!!! Really pleased as I was about to stop using k8 which would be a mistake as just a month without it I have noticed. Pleased to be back and able to use it thanks to this probe.
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(4 of 6 people found this review helpful)
Very good fit
Review by Patriciak2005 posted on 5 May 2015
Have only been using this probe a couple weeks but I'm sure I can feel the difference already
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(4 of 6 people found this review helpful)
Disappointed with this
Review by Unhappy menopausal mum! posted on 14 December 2013
Have suffered with prolapse and weak pelvic floor for many years leading to a vaginal hysterectomy 2 years ago and rectocel repair. Bought the kegel 8 ultra 18 months ago in an attempt to strengthen these muscles but despite regular use muscle tone has not much improved. Thought after 18 months best to keep going and replaced the periform + probe with this one. Although the solid design appears to be a good idea I find it just comes straight out if not actually held in place almost as if it is being pushed out and the solid round base is very uncomfortable unlike the smaller base on the periform +. Not sure if the problems are due to a further prolapse so may need to get this checked out although going back to the periform + probe this stays in no problem and can be used whilst moving around! I will keep using the kegel 8 ultra but not with this particular probe.

Kegel8 Reply: Hello, we are very sorry to hear that you have not been getting good results with the Pelviline probe and you are finding it uncomfortable to use. We are dedicated to helping you get the best from your Kegel8 so please call our Kegel8 advisors on 01482 496932 and we will be able to offer you some advice as to which probe may give you better results. Best wishes, [email protected]
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Product Questions

I have a pessary due to a prolapsed uterus. I had used the Kegal 8 as instructed with no results but I guess the prolapse was too far down so I had the pessary inserted. I have returned to using the Kegal 8 with the comfort probe. I think I read at one time or another that it was okay to use the Kegal 8 even when you had a pessary, is this correct? I was just looking at a new probe which targets prolapses. Would this be more beneficial for me than the comfort probe? I also have slight leakage. I did have strong urges with no results but that seems to have subsided.
I have the Pelviline vaginal probe, can you tell me do I insert it with the electrodes on either side or with the electrodes front to back
Thank you
I have a damaged pelvic floor on one side (I can't make it contract) following a difficult foreps birth a year ago, I have seen a physio who recommended using an electric stimulator so I have purchased the Kegel8 Mother Nurture. With the standard probe that this comes with I find that I don't seem to get contact with the muscle on both sides so I bought a Perisphera H probe as thought this may do the trick,but I found I had a similar problem plus when removing it felt like I was pulling some of my insides out with it!
Do you think that the pelviline probe would be better for me?
Obviously I don't want to keep wasting money on probes that don't suit me.
I am using the kegel 8 vitality with the pelvilline probe. Are the metal bits on each side of the probe meant to be hip to hip or back to front ??
Does this probe go with the electrodes left and right? Front and back or either?
Please can you tell me the maximum programmes you can you do at any one time ?
I seem to forget to use my K8 so try to fit in as many when I do is this okay?
I am a 37 year old with stress incontinence post 3 vaginal deliveries . I love to exercise and find I cannot prevent leakage on high impact like running down hill, star jumping and high intensity spinning class. Can kegel 8 help? And if yes what machine and probe type?
I am not overweight eat healthily and hope to run a half marathon this year please help!
I am using the probe with two balls to help with my grade 3 prolapse. Is this probe better and does it do anything different?
My new Pelviline arrived today thank you.
Might sound a silly question but do I use it with the metal left and right or top and bottom? The instructions don't seem to say.

Many thanks.