Don't Let Bladder Leaks Hinder Your Workout

Say it isn't so! Exercising women have 3 times the risk of experiencing leaks.¹ Left untreated, leaks get worse.

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  1. Bø, K., Nygaard, I.E. Is Physical Activity Good or Bad for the Female Pelvic Floor? A Narrative Review. Sports Med 50, 471–484 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40279-019-01243-1

Flyte can help

Flyte by Pelvital is an FDA-cleared, clinically proven pelvic floor treatment device for stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

  • treats weakened pelvic floor muscles to reduce bladder leaks or restore continence
  • backed by 15 years of research and development
  • use home for 5 minutes per day for 6 weeks
  • available without a prescription
  • an HSA/FSA eligible expense

The first and only treatment of its kind

See how Flyte works from Leah Fulker, PT, DPT

Learn more about the science inside the Flyte wand

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The Flyte wand is placed in the vagina and delivers the mechanotherapy treatment

"I can exercise and not have to worry anymore."

See one woman's experience with Flyte. And check out all of our reviews here. 

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