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The first and only
treatment of its kind

Flyte is the only at-home intravaginal device that uses mechanotherapy and biofeedback to treat SUI:

  • Mild, moderate or severe bladder leaks
  • Frequency & volume
  • In clinical study, 82.9% of women were continent in 6 weeks
  • FDA cleared
  • Money Back Performance Guarantee

Flyte strengthens and treats pelvic floor muscles

Flyte leverages the body's natural process to heal and restore.

  • Place the medical-grade silicone wand inside the vagina
  • Flyte delivers a series of mechanical pulses while you do Kegels
  • Use for 5 minutes per day for 6 weeks (standard treatment time)
  • Your body responds to Flyte's gentle pulses to create a stronger pelvic floor + better bladder control

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Treat leaks before they get worse

Why Flyte?

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IT'S SIMPLE

Get real-time feedback during each
five-minute session. 90% of Flyte users said it was simple & easy to use 

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IT'S UNIQUE

Flyte uses the body's natural healing response to strengthen pelvic floor muscles.

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IT'S EFFECTIVE

Flyte amplifies the benefits of a Kegel by 39 times, helping you see results faster. In clinical trial, 82% of Flyte users were continent at 6 weeks

You have questions, we have answers

Ask about bladder leaks, the pelvic floor or Flyte. Get answers from Leah, our pelvic floor physical therapist. Talk for free. No sales pressure. Just answers.

Childbirth Bladder Leaks

1 in 3 women

reports bladder leaks within four years of childbirth

Urinary Incontinence

Nearly 50%

of women ages 50–80 had urinary incontinence in the past year

Athlete Incontinence

177% higher risk

athletes have a higher risk of urinary incontinence, compared to inactive women

Try Flyte risk-free

See better bladder control in six weeks or your money back. Buy now.

Explore more

Flyte comes from the Norwegian word “flytte,” which connotes freedom — from pads, from surgery, to enjoy life! Discover more about Flyte’s Norwegian origins.

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