Great British Service
Free UK Delivery Over £50
100% Discreet Packaging & Billing
The KEGELMASTER is a progressive resistance vaginal exerciser designed to make your pelvic floor exercises easy yet incredibly effective.
Progressive resistance is a strength training method to tighten the pelvic floor or kegel muscles. With the KegelMaster it means the stronger the setting the more the muscle works, and as your muscle strengthens you can alter the tension on the KegelMaster for better results. Your pelvic floor adapts to manual pelvic floor exercises, and any exercise which is constant - so we need to be constantly challenged in order to get stronger and change. Stronger pelvic muscles mean your muscles work effectively to:
Stop the flow of urine.
Support your bladder, uterus and rectum.
Contract during sexual orgasm.
If you can contract your pelvic floor muscles the Kegelmaster will help you get even stronger and regain full control, if you cannot contract your muscles you need to stimulate your muscles back to action - see the Kegel8 and the Kegel8+.
Delivery & Returns
|SKU / Product Code||9032|
Find similar products here:
|5 star :||
|( 1 )|
|3 star :||
|( 1 )|
- it works! Review by pp
- and squeeze... Review by Shona
The one draw back I feel for me, is that whilst I have felt a real improvement from using the kegel master I really dont know if I will keep on using it. It is not really discreet and getting that time to myself isn't always easy wiith 2 young ones under 5 (!!)
I am looking forward to being able to add some resistance, I suppose that makes it harder, so that as I progress I am supposed to ratchet it up again! Like I say, fine in principal, but I don't know that I will keep excusing myself and coming updstairs whilst the kids are with the babysitter (TV). So yep - it is working, its just me and my commitment I suppose, I am left thinking that maybe I should have got one of the electronic ones to plug and play whilst I watch TV. Iknow its a no-brainer, but I just know what I am like.
and squeeze... (Posted on 9 July 2013)