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Say goodbye to leaks in just six weeks with FDA-cleared Flyte.

Don’t let bladder leaks get in the way of your dating life.

After menopause your body feels different, and that's OK. But bladder leaks do not  have to be your new normal. That's why we created Flyte, an at-home treatment. See how Flyte helped Carrie get her confidence back.

Carrie's story: A powerful story about how Flyte helped her regain her confidence and return to dating!

"I no longer wear pads and am confident without them!"

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And Carrie isn’t the only one - with Flyte, 82.9% of women in a clinical study were continent in just six weeks. 

 Non-invasive treatment in the privacy of your own home 

Flyte is a clinically backed, FDA-cleared intravaginal device designed to treat stress urinary incontinence. 

Our company was founded in 2016 by an international team of researchers, physicians, engineers, and medical device professionals. Our vision is to significantly improve the lives of people suffering pelvic floor disorders with effective, convenient, clinically proven products that empower women and healthcare professionals.

Hear from our in-house pelvic floor physical therapist on how Flyte works in this quick video.

We stand behind our product with a performance money-back guarantee.

Common Questions

Flyte is intended for strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles, which has been found to help women with stress urinary incontinence. Flyte helps women with mild, moderate and severe SUI. It’s backed by 15 years of research and development including rigorous clinical studies to prove it is safe and effective.  In clinical trial, most women using Flyte were dry or near dry in 2 – 12 weeks. We also offer a money-back performance guarantee to eliminate any risk.

Not quite. Flyte is not a Kegel trainer nor electrical stimulation (e-stim).

  • There are no electrodes and Flyte does not force your muscles to contract through electrical stimulation, which some women find uncomfortable.
  • Instead, Flyte uses a technology called mechanotherapy (gentle pulses) to leverage the body’s natural healing process to improve and restore the pelvic floor muscles, giving you a stronger pelvic floor.
  • There are other home-use pelvic floor devices on the market that use e-stim or simply teach you how to perform a Kegel by providing biofeedback. Flyte is not a Kegel trainer. Flyte is an active treatment, backed by clinical evidence and is FDA-cleared.

The gentle pulses delivered by the Flyte wand are painless. They feel like a slight vibration. Most women say Flyte is easy to use. The wand is made of body-safe, medical-grade silicone. We recommend applying a water-based vaginal lubricant to the wand to make insertion easier. There may be some discomfort when using Flyte the first few times. This is normal for an intravaginal device and is similar to some of the muscle fatigue you might feel after starting a new exercise program.

Flyte® - the easy, effective, and proven at-home treatment for bladder leaks

Flyte® - the easy, effective, and proven at-home treatment for bladder leaks

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