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Pelviline is a light, wide and solid vaginal probe suitable for women with prolapse - to be used with electronic pelvic floor toners such as Kegel8 and Neurotrac.
Wide, flat probes are popular because their shape and light weight mean they are more likely to remain securely inside the body whilst standing and walking around. Being mobile whilst using your electronic exerciser adds to the effectiveness of the treatment as it encourages the pelvic floor to work harder and become stronger, and it's for this reason that the Periform is one of our most popular probes. However, since the Periform has a hollow middle it is not suitable for women with prolapse as it can damage the prolapsed organ; the Pelviline is the perfect alternative.
This Pelviline probe is a brilliant alternative as it's almost identical in size and shape but is completely solid. It's still lightweight and easy to wear whilst standing and walking, but it's smooth flat shape allows women with prolapse to use it safely. There are two stainless steel electrodes, one on each side, and a clever indicator wand which tells you when you are squeezing and lifting your pelvic floor muscles correctly. Having a visual indicator like this is very useful because if you are not contracting your muscles correctly you can do more harm than good. What's more, the Pelviline probe also has an adjustable hilt, meaning that you can insert the probe to the right depth that is comfortable for you, with no danger of inserting the probe too far.
This vaginal probe is suitable for use with EMG biofeedback and electronic stimulation machines for pelvic floor exercise. The probe has pigtail connectors that allow it to connect to EMG machines via a lead wire.
This probe is fitted with 2mm male pigtail connectors and are compatible with most TENS/STIM/EMG machines via your leadwire.
Purchase this product on its own or with 1 lead wire in the pack size variant option when adding to basket.
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|SKU / Product Code||92244|
|Can be used with||Kegel8, EMS & EMG machines|
|Included Contents||1 x probe, 1 x removable indicator|
|Material||Stainless Steel, ABS plastic|
|No. of Electrodes||2|
|Warranty||3 months against manufacturing defects|
|User Manual||View and/or Download the Pelviline Vaginal Probe User Manual|
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- Pelviline vaginal probe Review by JanZ
Janita (Posted on 1 January 2017)
- Excellent product Review by joolz
- Better probe. Review by Tina
It is so much better in every way and I feel doing a better job too.
I think it will take a while longer for the prolapse to return to normal but there has been some improvement already so will persevere now as this is far more comfortable to use.
I've had success in the past with the Kegel for bladder problems. It's a must have for me! (Posted on 28 February 2015)
- Thank you - excellent customer service. Review by Donna J
This is a super probe and ideal for my needs.
Thank you - excellent customer service. (Posted on 2 September 2014)
I find this not nice to use and it hurts, I have read that the pelviline is better for a bladder prolapse , so I feel I was misled , so would it be possible for you to send me the pelviline free of charge please.Also are there any manual devises sutable? thank you Ann.
The Periform probe is one of our top probes, but for some prolapse conditions it is contraindicated. That is because the prolapse can sometimes fall into the gap in the middle of the probe. The Pelviline counters that because it has a solid centre.
Please call our Customer Care team team who will be able to sort this out for you.
When you say the periform is uncomfortable I wonder if you are getting a tingling? This could be a sign of vaginal dryness which can sometimes make using vaginal electrodes painful - is this why you asked about a manual device I wonder.
Manual devices suitable for you? The Kegel8 Vaginal cones are contraindicated, as are other products such as the Pelvic Toner, Aquaflex Vaginal Cones. The other suitable manual machine would be the Kegel8 Trainer http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/kegel8-pelvic-trainer-91856.html
Please call Customer Care 01482 496 931 to sort the probe issue out.
Customer Care Team
Results start to show after about 12 weeks, when using the Kegel8 every day, so don't lose faith! It will be helping.
All probes will help, however, everyone is different, so we do sell lots of different probes.
If you find that your probe is too heavy, and gravity pushes down, pushing the probe out, we do sell hollow probes that are lighter.
Most women find that they can't stand up at first, as obviously your muscles are weak, and you're asking your muscles to hold the probe in place, AND be exercised, which is asking a lot from them.
You will find that as your muscles get stronger you will be able to hold it in whilst you walk around.
Everyone is different and find it comfortable in different positions, if you find it most comfortable lying down this may be best for you until your muscles get stronger.
I'm not quite sure which probe you mean, but I would definitley recommend a lighter, hollow probe, like the Periform probe I mentioned above.
I hope this helps,
1. Which way do I insert it! ie. Should the metal electrodes touch the side walls of the front and back?
2. The pins on the lead wire are not colour coded so how do I know which is which in order to connect them to the adaptor (which is colour coded). I assume it does not matter??
3. What is the antenna-like bit for? I assume it the 'indicator' but I have no clue how to use it!
1. The probe should be inserted with the metal parts facing your hips.
2. It does not matter which way round the red and black pins go
3. The antenna bit is a biofeedback indicator - it means it shows if your muscles are moving correctly. V have a look here and you will see the wand part moves down when the muscles are moving, some Physios like to use this with patients so they can see the movement and understand what a correct kegel squeeze is. Most women do not use this with an electronic device.
As you have a prolapse please also have a look at this - these will also help you to get strong and manage your prolapse http://www.kegel8.co.uk/blog/2014/03/10/the-4-best-kept-secrets-to-keeping-your-pelvic-floor-strong/
Hope this helps
Customer Care Team
Yes it can be use with the Neurotrac Pelvicline Pelvic Toner, no problem. It is light weight and very effective,
If you wanted to use both channels of your Pelviline though have a look at something like the http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/perisize-nickel-free-vaginal-probe.html perisize. It uses both channels, so if you have less sensation on one side you can increase this separately making your treatment more effective.
Hope this helps
Customer Care Team