I developed a bladder prolapse at age 51, I was told at the gyn clinic that excercise would not help.
I was given a pessary and no matter how I tried it was not comfortable. I was given different sizes and finally a nurse checked its positioning and told me my vaginal anatomy was unusual and I would never get a pessary to work.
She said I would have to have the surgery. I was also told the surgery was not a sure fix, I knew this from years of being a nurse and seeing women have repeat procedures. I did not want this.
I went on my computer and keyed in vaginal prolapse and found a link to this web site. I ordered the kegelmaster, it came promptly and I was amazed that I had almost immediate results.
I am not saying my problem was solved, exercise is not a quick fix, but I could tell it was helping as I was no longer uncomfortable in day to day living.
I have a long way to go, my body did not get in this condition overnight but I am committed to repair as much of the damage as possible with the help of the Kegelmaster.
My only question is why do they not issue every woman with this after they have a baby? Think of the dollars that could be saved on surgeries that frequently don't help.
One last thing, I have had to call the 800 number a couple of times to get support and have been very pleased with the professional response.
It is a great product, if you are having problems like mine it is worth the money and the minimal effort.