If you decided it’s time to do something about bladder leaks, you’ve probably heard about Kegel exercises. Maybe you’ve seen gadgets called “Kegel trainers” or “pelvic floor exercisers” online. Kegel trainers are designed to help locate and properly activate the pelvic floor muscles to strengthen and tone. Kegels are clinically proven to strengthen weakened muscles, but many women find that they need to do them for a long time to see any results. Many women don’t have the time or let’s face it – patience – to put in that kind of time. At Pelvital, we wondered, what if there was a better, faster way?
Enter Flyte. Flyte treats stress urinary incontinence. More than a just a trainer, Flyte is the only FDA-cleared, home-use medical device that delivers mechanotherapy to treat SUI. Flyte amplifies the benefit of a Kegel. This means that it takes a lot less time to see results — weeks not months. And because it is designed to work fast – in as little as 5 minutes per day for a six-week standard treatment time — it’s a lot easier to stick with than Kegels or Kegel trainers. Flyte doesn’t just train — it treats. After the 6 week treatment, some women may choose to use Flyte occasionally to maintain pelvic floor muscle tone and continue to live life free from the worry of leaks.
Flyte is also backed by 15 years of research and development including two rigorous clinical studies to prove it is safe and effective. This sets Flyte apart from many other products that promise to make Kegel exercises “fun”. Flyte is a serious treatment, backed by scientifically-sound clinical studies and designed to deliver serious results.
More to explore
- Interested in learning more about the pelvic floor? Check out our in-depth Demystifying the Pelvic Floor video.
- Want to learn more about what you can do at home to reduce or treat SUI leaks? Read our expert at home tips and our top 10 questions about Flyte, Pelvital’s at-home, 5-minute per day treatment.