Is Flyte right for me?
Flyte® is designed to help women who want to strengthen pelvic floor muscles and treat mild, moderate or severe stress urinary incontinence (SUI) — the bladder leaks that happen when you laugh, cough, sneeze, exercise or lift things.
Wondering if Flyte® can help you? Here are some steps to take.
Think about if you’re:
- Looking for a simple approach with a home-use product that doesn't require you to download an app or use a WiFi or Bluetooth connection to work. Flyte doesn't. It is simple and easy-to-use.
- Looking for an alternative to surgery or electrical stimulation, which some women report is uncomfortable.
- Looking to do something more than just Kegel exercises. Flyte® 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.
- Looking for a product backed by strong clinical evidence. We believe that women deserve safe, effective, well-studied products. See Flyte's® clinical evidence
- Comfortable with using an intravaginal device. We get it. Some women won’t be and that’s OK. Others will weigh the benefits and decide to try it.
- Able to commit to using Flyte® for 5 minutes per day for the 6-week standard treatment time. While Flyte® requires one of the shortest treatment times compared to other home-use treatments, it will require your time.
- Tired of spending money on pads. See our Cost of Coping article and consider Flyte® to help you save money over time.
- Fed up with dealing with leaks. Flyte® comes with a money back guarantee. Why not try it?
- Looking to do something. Leaks often get worse over time
Check out Ask a PT
Browse video content of common questions and answers about the pelvic floor, SUI and Flyte®. Or, schedule a free phone chat with our Customer Care Manager who is also a pelvic floor physical therapist. No sales pressure. Just answers.
Take the SUI questionnaire
Only a healthcare professional can diagnosis you, but the questionnaire can give you insight into the type of incontinence you have. Flyte® is designed to strengthen and treat weakened pelvic floor muscles – a cause of SUI.
Talk to a healthcare professional
There’s no substitute for a clinical consultation and medical advice provided by a doctor, nurse practitioner, or pelvic floor physical therapist.
If you've started using Flyte, you might be wondering, when do I call my doctor or healthcare professional? When do I contact Pelvital customer care? Here are some tips:
Stop using Flyte and call your healthcare professional for medical questions or concerns:
- I am experiencing unusual pelvic pain, irritation, spotting or bleeding
- I think I might have an infection
- I think I might be pregnant
Contact Pelvital when you have a question about Flyte such as:
- I am not sure how to use Flyte
- I am not sure how to contract my muscles with the Flyte wand
- I want to sign up for the Flyte follow up program
- I don’t think my Flyte device is working properly
You can also review the support content for information and answers about Flyte.
Take a look at the Flyte indications and contraindications
While Flyte® is not right for everyone, it is a solution for many women looking for a clinically proven, home-use product that strengthens pelvic floor muscles and treats mild, moderate, or severe SUI.
Indications for Use
Flyte® is intended for the strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles, which has been found to help women with stress urinary incontinence.
Do not use Flyte® if you:
- Are under 21 years of age.
- Have given birth in the past 6 weeks.
- Have had genitourinary or pelvic surgery in the past 6 weeks.
- Have had vaginal surgery within the past 3 months.
- Have experienced unusual or unexpected vaginal bleeding in the past 6 months.
- Experience pain or a burning sensation when you urinate, which could indicate a urinary tract infection.
- Experience vaginal discharge that has an odor, irritation, soreness, or itching, which could indicate a vaginal infection.
- Have been diagnosed by your doctor with a severely dry (atrophic) vagina, also known as genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM).
- If you have a sensitivity or allergy to silicone.
Ask your doctor before using Flyte® if you:
- Are pregnant.
- Experience pain during sexual intercourse or when inserting a tampon or tampon-like device, which could indicate atrophic vaginitis, also known as genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM).
- Often have trouble keeping in a tampon or tampon-like device, which could indicate vaginal prolapse.
Do not use Flyte®:
- If insertion of the Flyte® wand causes excessive discomfort.
- With a tampon, a tampon-like device, a diaphragm, a pessary, or other intravaginal product.
- During sexual intercourse.
- On rare occasions when the wand causes irritation.
- For any reason other than its intended purpose.