Freedom from bladder leaks. in reach.

Freedom from bladder leaks.

In reach.

Flyte is a simple, effective in-home treatment for stress urinary incontinence

Designed to strengthen pelvic floor muscles to reduce bladder leaks or restore continence when used at home in as little as 5 minutes per day for 6 weeks.¹

¹Data on file at Pelvital.

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Flyte is a simple, effective in-home treatment for stress urinary incontinence

Designed to strengthen pelvic floor muscles to reduce bladder leaks or restore continence when used as little as 5 minutes per day for 6 weeks.

You are not alone.

1 in 3

 

 

women report bladder leaks at 4 years after childbirth.¹

 

 

 

 

Nearly 1/2

 

 

of women aged 50 - 80 report urinary incontinence in the past year.²

 

 

 

Athletes

 

 

have a 177% higher risk of urinary incontinence compared to inactive women.³

 

 

 

Millions

 

 

of women suffer from stress urinary incontinence.

How it works

Flyte leverages your body’s natural process to heal and strengthen the pelvic floor through mechanotherapy, which has been proven effective in the rehabilitation of muscles and other tissues. 

 

Place the medical-grade silicone wand inside 

 

Use for 5 minutes per day

Your body responds to Flyte to create a stronger pelvic floor + better bladder control

How it works

Flyte leverages your body’s natural process to heal and strengthen your pelvic floor through mechanotherapy, which has been proven effective in the rehabilitation of muscles and other tissues. 

 

Place the medical-grade silicone wand inside 

 

Use for 5 minutes per day

Your body responds to Flyte to create a stronger pelvic floor + better bladder control

Stop coping. Start treating with Flyte

  • Simple

    Use Flyte in the comfort of your own home. Flyte is a standalone device —  no mobile apps to download 

  • Proven Effective

    In two clinical studies, most women using Flyte as directed saw marked improvement or were continent.¹ 

  • Conservative

    Flyte is a safe, effective and less costly alternative to surgery

  • Fast

    Just 5 minutes a day. Six-week standard treatment time. 

  • Heals and Restores

    Most home-use pelvic floor devices simply teach you how to perform a Kegel by providing biofeedback.

    Flyte treats SUI and offers biofeedback so you can be confident that you are activating the muscles properly. 

    ¹Data on file at Pelvital

Stop coping. Start treating with Flyte

  • Simple

    Use Flyte in the comfort of your own home. Flyte is a standalone device — no mobile apps to download

  • Proven Effective

    In two clinical studies, most women using Flyte as directed saw marked improvement or were continent.¹

  • Conservative

    Flyte is a safe, effective and less costly alternative to surgery.

  • Fast

    Just 5 minutes a day. Six-week standard treatment time.

  • Heals and Restores

    Most home-use pelvic floor devices simply teach you how to perform a Kegel by providing biofeedback.

    Flyte treats SUI and offers biofeedback so you can be confident that you are activating the muscles properly. 

    ¹Data on file at Pelvital

Clinically proven and backed by high-quality evidence. Results in weeks.¹

  • 119-patient, randomized double-blinded, multi-center study 
  • Most patients using Flyte were dry or near-dry in 2 - 12 weeks
  • Effective for mild, moderate or severe stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
  • Over 90% of women said Flyte is simple and easy to use (106 women surveyed)

¹Data on file at Pelvital

Clinically proven and backed by high-quality evidence. Results in weeks.¹

  • 119-patient, randomized double-blinded, multi-center study 
  • Most patients using Flyte were dry or near-dry in 2 - 12 weeks
  • Effective for mild, moderate or severe stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
  • Over 90% of women said Flyte is simple and easy to use (106 women surveyed)

 ¹Data on file at Pelvital

Get Started

Is it stress urinary incontinence (SUI) or something else? Take the questionnaire to learn more

Learn more about bladder leaks and the pelvic floor

4 reasons to treat bladder leaks 

More to Explore

What causes incontinence after pregnancy and childbirth? Find out what you can do about post-baby bladder leaks. 

Exercise incontinence is real. Find out what you can do about bladder leaks when running, playing sports and working out. 

Bladder issues can appear or get worse during perimenopause and menopause. Find out why and what you can do.

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