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Periform Plus Intra-Vaginal Probe

£23.99

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  1. Medical Grade vaginal probe
  2. Quality TPE plastic with lateral bar electrode
  3. Suitable for EMS and biofeedback
  4. Medical grade stainless steel with less than 8% nickel

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Description

The periform is the vaginal probe of choice for Continence Specialists worldwide

Connecting Lead Wires

The patented shape of Periform ensures that the probe stays securely in place during use; it is lightweight so this ensures it won't slip-out. This extra security allows you to be mobile during muscle stimulation, making it easy to build the treatment into a normal daily routine. Periform is very comfortable to use and provides excellent muscle stimulation and can be used with any of the Kegel8 pelvic toners. When using the periform probe make sure you insert it with the metal parts of the probe 'hip to hip' i.e. pointing towards your hip bones.

The Periform+ is a truly premium probe - it includes a unique optional indicator wand to give you a visual indication that your pelvic floor muscles are working properly. When the wand goes down, you know the correct muscles are being exercised which is invaluable when exercising your pelvic floor.

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

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

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

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Additional Information

SKU / Product Code 9322
Brand Neen
Recommended For Vaginal use | Prolapse | Weak pelvic floor | Bladder weakness
Can be used with All Kegel8 Pelvic Toners, NMES Pelvic Toners which use asymmetrical and symmetrical waveform and for Professional Clinical use.
Included Contents Periform Plus Probe.
Material Body-safe Plastic | Stainless Steel | PVC | Latex free
Length 9.2 cm
Insertable Length 7.3 cm
Diameter 1.4 - 3.2 cm
No. of Electrodes 2
Electrode Surface Area 470mmsq (approx.)
Can Be Used With Biofeedback No
Certification CE | Grade IIa Medical Device
Warranty 6 Months
User Manual View and/or Download the Neen Periform Plus Probe Instructions For Use
Washing Instructions Clean using Kegel8 Cleaning Spray and pat or air dry. Can be cleaned with warm soapy water (do not sterilise). .

Periform Plus Intra-Vaginal Probe Reviews

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Customer Review Summary
5 Reviews (23)
74%
4 Reviews (2)
6%
3 Reviews (4)
13%
1 Reviews (2)
6%
Total : 31 Reviews
Excellent!
Review by Cocoa posted on 31 August 2011
Having recently replaced the kegel8 probe with this, I'm hugely impressed. It stays in without any problems and seems to be having much more impact than the other one. I also really like the contraction indicator. Ok, it looks a bit naff, but it's SO satisfying to see it moving, giving hard and fast proof that those muscles are being worked!
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(24 of 25 people found this review helpful)
Success at last
Review by Elaine posted on 13 July 2012
I bought my tight and tone a year ago and was using the probe supplied, which I could only feel on one side. I recently purchased this probe and now I feel the stimulation on both sides which has improved my overall tone in such a short time.......amazing.
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(18 of 20 people found this review helpful)
Great product, works better for me than the Comfort Probe
Review by baggy posted on 7 November 2013
I guess I'm a long way from being 18 and tight - I'm 60 , 10 years postmenopausal and suffered from vaginal atrophy and prolapse - but then that's what I bought the Kegel8 to help with. I I didn't get on with the Comfort probe that came with the Kegel8. It wouldn't stay in and I couldn't feel it equally on both sides, probably because I am too baggy down there. This one works much better, never comes out, you can tell when it's in whether its metal bits are facing your hips, and is easier to clean. Even with this one, I find at the moment (I have been using vaginal oestrogen for 6 weeks now), I have to squeeze my buttocks together a bit at the start of the program, although that is less necessary once the program has been going for a while. Kegel8 Customer Services gave me really helpful and prompt advice by email on how to test the probe and how to get it to work right, and I would recommend anyone who has similar trouble to contact them for advice.

Kegel8 says:
Thank you for your valuable feed-back.
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(18 of 19 people found this review helpful)
Not suitable for me
Review by Heather posted on 9 June 2014
I am 66 years old, have had two children and a couple of years ago I discovered I had a prolapsed bladder. I purchased the original kegel 8 ultra and had real success with it. It really woke up my muscles and made a big difference to the distance I could walk and the time I could stand to cook in the kitchen. I decided I would buy a new one because you recommend that they be replaced fairly regularly. When I looked on the website I saw the periform+ probe which the reviews were claiming would be even better than the original probe so I ordered one of those instead. I have tried to use it but it is much more difficult to insert and even more difficult to remove. The problem seems to be because the probe is designed with a hole in the centre, and for an older woman with loose tissue inside and a prolapse as well, the loose skin etc sinks into the hole and creates a bit of a suction. This has put me off using it because it can leave me feeling quite tender. I have gone back to using my original probe. So now I wish I had just bought a new one of those. Is there any chance of a rebate so that I can purchase one?
I am writing this review because I know that you try very hard to help women like me with this problem and my information may help you to design something which is more suitable for the older woman with problems like mine.
Thank you so much for all that you do.

Kegel8 Reply: Dear Heather, thank you for taking the time to review your purchase. We are sorry to hear that you have not been happy with your Periform+ probe - we tend not to recommend this particular probe for ladies like yourself suffering from prolapse as it can be difficult to get it into the correct place - you would be better suited to the Pelviline probe which features the same wider lightweight design as the Periform, but with a 'filled-in' shape which makes it more comfortable for ladies with prolapse - http://www.kegel8.co.uk/pr-16a-pelviline-vaginal-probe-92244.html I don't have an email address or phone number with this review so that I can contact you directly regarding this, however if you would like to contact us on [email protected] or by phone at 01482 496932 we would love to help you with the problem you are having with your probe. Best wishes.
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(13 of 17 people found this review helpful)
This compliments the Kegel8 perfectly!
Review by Heather posted on 28 June 2013
Would highly recommend this for best results from your Kegel8. Reason I bought this extra item is because it matched what the physiotherapist used on me in the hospital a few years back with an electrical stim. Im using my Kegal 8 twice a day when possible and the results all ready in a week I can feel the difference.
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(12 of 14 people found this review helpful)
Excellent
Review by Robyn posted on 5 February 2014
I bought this as a replacement for an older one I had got with my original Kegel8. It is much better than the old one, it's much easier to clean and is very comfortable to use.
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(11 of 12 people found this review helpful)
Love it!
Review by Rhonda posted on 25 April 2012
I tried several products and found this probe correctly contacts my vaginal walls to induce stimulation, where other thinner probes don't. I am 47 and have been stretched due to 2 difficult childbirths.

I have been using this device for 4 months and notice a definite tightening. However...my puppy chewed the cord! Oye!
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(10 of 13 people found this review helpful)
Mixed review
Review by Donni posted on 4 November 2013
Pros: I really liked this probe. Easy to use, easy to clean, felt it working.

Cons: Used it for a few days before I started itching. I discovered people can develop a nickel allergy after prolonged or repeated exposure to nickel. Once you develop a nickel allergy, you will always be sensitive to it.

Spend the money and get gold plated probes.
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(9 of 9 people found this review helpful)
Good update on previous model
Review by Honey posted on 21 August 2013
I have owned a Kegel 8 machine for about 6 years, Needed to replace the probe, better made, fewer connectors and easier to clean. Although why is the cable so inconveniently long?

Dear Honey
Thank you for your Periform Probe Review. Regarding the long lead wire - we agree entirely! I am sure copper production (the wires are copper) would plummet if the manufacturers decided to lop off 6 inches from the lead wire. We keep nudging, but nothing changed so far. The official word is the length is ideal for Therapists and 'larger ladies'.
[email protected]
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(7 of 7 people found this review helpful)
much better sensation
Review by yogamom posted on 18 May 2015
I bought the kegal ultra 20 and found that I had to lie down and couldn't move with the probe that comes with it. So I decided to try the periform plus instead . I am delighted that I did I can now move around or sit and read a book while doing my exercises and the sensation is much stronger. I will say that it is a bit harder to insert but I personally found it a far better fit for me.
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Product Questions

Hi there, ive a question or 2 as im new to these devices. I have 2 children of 13 and 5. Since I had my 5yr old ive ben leaking urine regularly. My GP diagnosed me with a prolapsed bladder and a rectocele. Also I avoid sex as I am so embarrased at the lack of sensation. The father of my children left me due to this. I was sent to see a physiotherapist a year ago but none of the exercises she is giving me are making any difference. I was advised to buy the manual device with springs inside though this again us useless, as a year later I still cannot contract my muscles to squeeze it closed. They have now put me on a waiting list for surgery. What I wanted to know was which of your devices to buy, as ive heard they are the only ones that actually work. I dont know where to start, some help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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I have just bought the Tight and Tone and I can't get continued contact with the probe. I get the mA up to 30-40 easily, but after 15-20 seconds it cuts out. I've followed all the troubleshooting tips and tried various positions, lubricant, etc but with no success. Does it mean that I need a different probe, or are there other things I can try? Is it a sign of weakness in the muscles?
12
Peri size nickel free probe or this one? I have the ultra but think the probe is small and both sides of my vagina don't seem to be stimulated. Am also concerned about it falling out - which it has from time to time.
11
which way do you insert this?? do the metal parts go to the sides or front?
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Can I use this with the Kegel8 Ultra that I purchased 2 years ago and would you recommend it for an over active bladder?
7
One reviewer mentions being able to see the devise working. Is this by an external stick which moves when the muscles are being worked?
7
Should the lead wire face up or down when the probe is inserted? Thanks!
6
Hi I have had surgery for hysterectomy & 2 prolapse repares .... I have no sensation inside at all but using this device I have a tingling sensation on one side but it's has to be a high strength like 55/60 and only on one side ... But one of my legs keeps jumping is that normal or is it not inserted right I have done as it says hip to hip .... Pls help
5
what is the weight of this probe? i want to compare it with the periform probe.
5
I purchased the kegel 8 tight and tone plus 3 weeks ago, i couldn't use it straight away because of a small op i had. This weekend i went to use it but the wires on the probe don't fit to the kegel 8 unit, please can you advise
5
Hi, you gave someone advice on how to test the periform plus probe and how to get it to work right, can you please give me this advice as I just thought you inserted the probe and that was that.
3
I have nickel , chrome and latex allergy, will the product be suitable for me? Thanks
3
Hi, I've been using this sinec 2011 because my vagina is quite stretched, and found it very good, but have recently found I have a minor bladder prolapse. I am wondering if the shape of this probe (that it has fairly broad sides and an empty centre that the bladder could bulge in to) may not have helped with this.

Can you suggest a probe which might be better for me to use?

Many thanks
3
I have the peri form + with a wire which faces the back and a probe which is facing the front . Nothing moves when I insert it. I was of the impression the probe would move up. Do I need a decide attached to cables at back or is it just that my pelvic floor muscles are so weak. Confused customer Thanks
2
Does the probe just work on its own without plugging it in and obviously just clenching?
1
Hi and thank you upfront for answering my question.
I bought Kegel8 Ultra 20 Electronic Pelvic Toner because I noticed during 'tuck jumps' that I had a little of stress incontinence. I wasn't using regular but I started now as I really don't want to have this problem or even worse progressing. I am 49 and I have 29 years old son and I didn't notice any problems until I started exercising properly. My questions:
I have the BEAC Med Perisphera O Perineal Probe, my vagina is already so tight that this probe needs a good push to get in the right position but;
1. I don't feel contractions as such but I feel discomfort like I would be having a period during and then when I used regular. Feels like sore muscles after exercise. Is that enough or do I have to feel actual contractions? I am worried that I am using wrongly.
2. I am about to buy a second probe. I really don't like the long stick from the BEAC Med Perisphera O Perineal Probe, because it makes for me difficult to move or to sit with it. Would any of the other probe be better for me? Bare in mind that I think I am small sized vagina.
3. If I use regal will my stress incontinence go away?

Thank you and have a lovely day!
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I have the Kegel8 Pelvic Toner Comfort Probe and I feel stimulation on one side. Which probe do you recommend I use to work all of my vaginal muscles?
Thanks!
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I purchased the Kegal 8 Ultra in March used until July/Aug, thenstopped for a couple of weeks, and I seem to be back to square one, I have an overactive bladder plus prolapse womb fitted with a pessary ring, do you think the periform will help
also I sometimes only feel one side sensation. the kegal was very good, noticed a difference, but still not tenna free. please answer to my e mail address. thanks, been using programmes 2 and 6
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hi i have kegl8 penifold plus intra vaginal probe i have a prolapse and when i use it it feels like its only woking on one side, i have done all the instructions. would a kegl8 nickel free gold plated vaginal probe be better as its a diffrent shape
0
Hi, I have been using my kegal ultra for three weeks.I am doing pro3, and 7 twice a day on alternative days. It's mainly sensation that I have a problem with. Do I continue with these for 12 weeks or would I change to po8 and if so can I do po6 on the same day with an 8hr break between them?
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I just bought the Periform Plus probe with the wand indicator that shows if you are using it correctly. When I use it the wand doesn't move at all and it states I should use stimulation to strengthen my pelvic floor. How do I do that? Is it a specific probe or program on my Kegel 8 Ultra?
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I can only feel contractions on one side with my kegal8 which probe do you recommend the one I thought might be most suitable is out of stock.

I have been using kegal8 for about 4 weeks and only seeing minor improvement at present. I use program 4 and have just changed to 3. I have checked the probe is in correctly placed and used lubrication so any tips or advice would be most helpful. Hence the look at other probes....

Jumping in aerobics is the main issue and I only do this at home not in a class as too embarrassing; the day I can go to a public class I will be soooo happy! Thank you.
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