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Intro-Kegelmaster for Uterine Prolapse, Cystocele (dropping bladder) and Rectocele

August 29 2007 at 11:14 AM
Sari Wexler - Forum Moderator 

 

this message is repeated a few times in the forum

Dear Friends:

If all you have is a mild to moderate prolapse - (stage one or stage two) cystocele (bladder prolapse - dropped bladder), uterine prolapse (dropped uterus) or rectocele - you need to start exercising your PC muscle, now! You must come to think of this as a wonderful no-brainer!

EFFECTIVE "KEGELS" ARE PROVEN TO STOP YOUR CONDITION FROM DETERIORATING AND MAY REVERSE IT.

When you really understand how it works you will see that there is no device that assures the maximum results from "kegels" like the Kegelmaster.

The chances are excellent that you will totally cure yourself, be able to resume a "high impact" lifestyle and never have to experience a rather unpleasant surgery - that often fails and has to be repeated.

If you have a stage three prolapse (organ protrudes out of the vagina), unfortunately the Kegelmaster will not prevent the surgery that you probably SHOULD have so that you can get on with your life. I would strongly suggest that you ask your doctor about your estrogen level and NOT have the surgery until that level is normal. It seems that some surgeons are NOT aware how important this is!

Approximately 6 weeks after the surgery you should start using the Kegelmaster! If you do, in theory, the surgery will NEVER have to be repeated.

The urgency is for those with a second stage prolapse. Surgery is not inevitable! It may be helpful to know that when used according to the easy instructions, the Kegelmaster completely rehabilitates the PC muscle - that is the muscle responsible for supporting the bladder, the urethra (the canal through which urine flows out of the body), the uterus, and the rectum.

What the Kegelmaster WON'T do (PAST A CERTAIN POINT) is repair torn "ligament" - the "connecting tissue" by which the vaginal wall is attached to the body.

As a prolapse becomes a more serious "stage 2" the "ligament damage" component (permanent damage) overcomes the "muscle damage".

If you really wait too long the bladder can actually herniate into or through the vaginal wall and surgery is going to be the best answer.

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*Once again your estrogen level could be a factor. Low estrogen levels correlate with thin vaginal walls and less capacity for the PC muscle to grow and maintain mass.

It should be noted that this company is concerned about artificial, pharmaceutical hormone replacement therapy.

You can naturally make dietary changes and safely consume phytoestrogens (plant estrogens) in their natural matrix by eating more flax seed or flax seed oil (it has been written in several places that flax is particularly useful in keeping one's progesterone level balanced with that of their estrogen which LOWERS cancer risks), soy products (soy milk, tofu, miso etc) and an herbal supplement containing "red clover" or "black cohosh".

There are certain people who because of a family history of certain types of cancer want to REDUCE ESTROGEN.

You should not try to change your estrogen level without a trained doctor's assistance if you have a family history of hormone dependent cancer.

It is worth repeating and emphasizing: If you have a stage 1 or a stage 2 prolapse you could be "one traumatic event away" from requiring surgery, rather than being able to address the problem with an easy exercise!

SOMEWHERE THERE IS A"POINT-OF-NO-RETURN".

You should seriously begin exercising and strengthening your PC muscle now!

A bad coughing spell, straining if constipated, high-impact exercise, lifting a heavy object or moving a heavy object "incorrectly", being on your feet for long periods, etc. can all be precipitating events.

If there is any doubt about the suitability of the Kegelmaster for you, PLEASE ask your doctor!

Ask him/her if "in theory" could properly done "kegel exercise" possibly be beneficial for your condition.

If you get any kind of positive response, my suggestion would be to "run, don't walk!" to the Kegelmaster.

Please don't hesitate to call our company 1-888-Kegelmaster (888-534-3562) or online at www.Kegelmaster.pro  if you have any questions.

Over 500,000 surgeries a year are performed in the United States alone for bladder prolapse (cystocele), rectocele, and uterine prolapse. (Source Christine Kent).

Theoretically, if every woman used the Kegelmaster, in time this number would reduce to near zero!

The needless expense for adult "pads" and diapers is even greater, not to mention the skin infections and odor. Properly exercising the PC muscle with the Kegelmaster has a greater than 93% chance of eliminating all leaks and accidents.

The Kegelmaster is a small form-fitting device which is gently inserted in the vagina approximately 3 inches. A knob which remains outside the body allows you to control how far the unit "opens". You perform simple, rewarding "contractions" against one of fifteen pre-set levels of adjustable resistance. You start at an appropriate, comfortable level and you are able to gauge your progress as well. This is the state-of-the-art way to grow muscle tissue and hopefully reverse a prolapse condition.

Regards,

Sari Wexler

Forum Moderator

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Question from Elaine:

Hi

I;m writing 4 weeks before surgery to repair a rectocele.

Can this product prevent the surgery?

Elaine

Dear Elaine:

I am so glad that you wrote.

There is more I would need to know to predict if you can prevent surgery at this point... For instance, your age, your "childbirth" history, the seriousness of the rectocele, your estrogen level, more about your lifestyle etc. etc. etc.

If you can avoid the surgery you really want to do so. Sometimes "ignorance can be bliss", but this surgery can only be described as "yucky".

There are lots of variables, but the principle is the same: God did not make a mistake when we were created. Because all of us lead a relatively sedentary lifestyle our PC muscle is not preconditioned the way nature intended - to undergo the rigors of childbirth. Without proper rehabilitation the result is predictable: cystocele (bladder prolapse) uterine prolapse, recotecle, incontinence, sexual dysfunction, pelvic pain, etc.

Our product is tested and proven and FDA cleared. The efficacy of the Kegelmaster is not to be denied! It can change the health outlook for women all over the world.

Maybe, just maybe it can prevent a surgery that is scheduled 4 weeks from now.

I have a friend whose mother was 3 weeks away from scheduled surgery for stress incontinence and pelvic pain due to a tipped/retroverted uterus at which point, we supplied her with a Kegelmaster!

Within 3 weeks by using the Kegelmaster, she reversed her problem, and she was able to permanently cancel the surgery.

This was a major factor in my becoming involved with the Kegelmaster in the first place.

Rectocele can be a different situation entirely. Same with cystocele and uterine prolapse. It is a matter of timing - to what stage has it progressed. How much is muscle damage versus torn ligament. If your condition has not progressed to what is called a stage 3 AND and you were successfully able avoid more "trauma" for a while (severe straining due to constipation, being on feet for long periods, straining to lift/carry heavy objects, severe coughing,etc), yes, there is a decent chance that the Kegelmaster may help you avoid surgery.

Please understand we are not making an unsubstantiated medical claim. A mild to moderate prolapse can usually be reversed without surgery - a severe one cannot.

Let's say it's a worst case scenario and you DO have to have the surgery. Bulking up and strengthening the PC muscle as much as possible BEFORE the surgery will make the surgery easier.

After surgery (waiting at least 6 weeks), the smartest thing in the WORLD you can do is to use the Kegelmaster. This (along with a good estrogen level) and avoiding trauma especially at first, will give you the best chance of your never having repeat surgery - unfortunately an all too common occurence.

Another thing, if you do have to have the surgery you should make sure your estrogen level is normal before the surgery. Please ask your surgeon about this. This would be a valid reason for delaying the surgery. It concerns me that some surgeons don't always address this issue.

Probably the first thing you should do is ask your doctor, based on the amount of ligament damage or herniation associated with your particular rectocele if you were to do "effective" kegel exercises, is it possible for you to avoid surgery "in theory" ?

If you get any kind of positive response - cancel the surgery and try the Kegelmaster!

I wish you the best and appreciate your writing the forum.

With warm regards,

Sari Wexler



    
This message has been edited by mykm on Jan 15, 2010 6:43 PM


 
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Alicia

My surgery is this coming Friday

September 10 2007, 1:10 PM 

I have had a cystocele and rectocele for over two years diagnosed. After deciding to have surgery for the cystocele and then being recommended by the urologist to have the rectocele fixed as well I was referred to a gynecologist.

The urologist said the cystocele is a 3 and the rectocele is a 2-3. I told him my gynecologists name but he recommended that I see another one that is in the same town that he is in(mine is over 30 miles away). He asked if there was any particular one I wanted to see or one that I had heard of that I wanted to use. I knew none and asked who he recommended that would do the best job. He gave me the name of two, one a female and one a male, and asked me which one I wanted a referral to.

I go to the gynecologist he gave me the referral to and she tells me that it is very unusual to have a rectocele and a cystocele and not have a uterocele.

Well why is a urologist going to go digging up my vagina like that right? That is my question. So she does a quick exam and tells me that I have a uterocele at 2-3 and she recommends a hysterectomy since I obviously don't want any more kids (I had a tubal in 2004). She said she did not know my age until I walked in her office (it wasn't in the original referral I guess) and that my case is very unusual because of the fact I am 29 and have these problems. She also told me that my lower back pain was due to these problems and I also have a very large uterus which causes my heavy bleeding.

From what I read on this site it does sound like it is too late to use this product to heal my problems and in all honesty I am really angry with my personal gynecologist that has seen me for two pap smears in the last 2 years since I was diagnosed with these issues and failed to mention the fact that I had a rectocele (which can be felt with the finger and is therefore something he should be able to see with the eye) not to mention he didn't tell me anything about my uterus being large or my having a prolapse (which can be felt as well). I even asked about the heavy bleeding and he said it was due to the tubal and the fact that I was almost 30 and that is when many women's cycles change.

I have had the the problems with the urine since my scond pregnancy in 1999 and I am so hurt to see that my problems never had to get this bad. I was 21 !!!

If I had only known I could be saved this nightmare.

I will tell the gynecologist I am now seeing about your site and hopefully she will be able to send her less severe cases your way, before it is too late for them.


 
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Laura

No need for surgery!

November 2 2007, 8:47 PM 

I am long over due to write this updated testimony of how I have been helped with the Kegelmaster, so here it is:

It started 10 years agao with the birth of my 2nd baby, my midwife was telling me that I should start doing kegels because things were starting to "go south" down there. I ignored her warnings.

This summer I started having feelings of mild pressure that turned into intense pain down below and in my lower abdomen. My ob-gyn confirmed my fears by telling me my bladder was falling and was on the verge of falling outside my vaginal wall. She recommended that I have surgery.

I found this website and ordered the Kegelmaster right away. Within a couple of weeks the intense pain started to subside. Only 6 weeks later I went back to see my ob-gyn again and she was AMAZED, she said that my bladder had moved up and off my vaginal opening!

I am so excited and so thankful that the folks at MYKM are so helpful and nice. Please don't hesitate to order this device, it really works.

Blessings, Laura


 
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Kellie

Why don't doctors tell women IN ADVANCE they can avoid surgeries?

November 13 2007, 10:46 AM 

Hi Sari,

I have written to you before about my experiences with the Kegelmaster. I already had a bladder repair surgery 7 years ago, with a recurrence of symptoms this year. Having had vaginal surgery and fibromyalgia, I have more problems than "normal".

When my doctor and I discussed the recurrence of the cystocele, he said it was not bad enough to require surgery , and sent me to a physical therapist who specalizes in women's health and who did biofeedback to make sure I was using the correct muscle. I did kegels with no resistance for about 4 months before buying the Kegelmaster.

I've been using it now for about two months. I am up to one spring on the third setting, and use it every other day. I am increasing slowly because of the other conditons involved.

I returned this past Friday to see the therapist and to show her the Kegelmaster. She was impressed and said that exercising with resistance is the best way and the way that Dr. Kegel intended for them to be done.

Now for the best part.... she checked my muscle strength and compared it with how it was when I first went to her in April. Originally I scored a 2 out of 5 for strength. Now I am a 5 out of 5!

She was very impressed, kept saying "wow this is good!" My stress incontinence is pretty much a thing of the past, and I have to go a lot less frequently day and night.

My prolapse has not gotten worse and there are more days that the "bulge" does not bother me as much. It is still there, to be sure, but I am hopeful that it will get better too. I would never want to have that surgery again.

Thanks for this wonderful product!

Every new mother should be given one as she leaves the hospital, or better yet, every young woman should have one with her first visit to the gynecologist.

I am going to suggest that my sister-in-law who had a hysterectomy-bladder repair done in September buy one. I don't want what happened to me to happen to her.

Sincerely,
Kellie


 
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Casey

Help stage 2 cystocele

January 23 2008, 8:58 AM 

Hi!

I have been told I have a stage 2 cystocele. My son was born 8 weeks ago at 10.5 lbs 22 1/2 inches with a head of 14 3/4 inches. Big baby, hard pushing on my back, with no idea my son was going to be over 10lbs, my daughter was only 8.2 lbs! I am 28 years old and devestated over this. I bought the kegalmaster and have been using it for about 4 weeks now. I have seen improvment, but the bulge is still there. Most of the time I start to notice it around 3 pm each day when it starts "falling". Changing my activity level is not a option, I have a 2 year old and a 8 week old!!! I am nursing, so lower level of estrogen right now (per my doctor). I am going to see a specialist in this area in a week. I know everyone is different, but have people actually been "healed" from using the kegalmaster? Even with a stage 2? Please don't give me false hope, cause I am devestated enough by this. My doctor said the only thing kegals will do for me is help with leaking, which I am not doing anyway (did not mention the kegalmaster to him, he is the reason I'm in this mess - and I have switched doctors)! Like I said I have seen/felt some improvement, since using the keagalmaster, but was wondering what is the typical amount of time it takes to go back to "normal" using the kegalmaster, and assuming there is not other damage present. When I ask for amount of time, please answer in months/years, and please don't give me the non-answer (aka everyone is different, just give me the facts - or another persons sucess story!). I want some hope to grasp onto, otherwise surgery seems the only way to return to normal. I can't and won't live like this - I'm 28 not 60 and have only had 2 children!!!

 
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Sari Wexler

Cystocele

January 23 2008, 10:15 AM 

Dear Casey,

Congratulations on the growing family!

The Kegelmaster will reverse a cystocele unless the vaginal wall has been "grossly disturbed" (penetrated) by the falling bladder.

It is not a "non answer" to say that everyone is different. Nutrition, hormones, whether you try to lift heavy objects, your dilligence with the Kegelmaster are all factors that I can't see into the future.

If the cystocele is merely a lump or bulge and you use the Kegelmaster used correctly (easy to do) you should be out of the woods in about 12 weeks.

Please write me privately at sari2001@webtv.net and we can go into more detail and we can go back and forth quicker.

With regards,

Sari Wexler

 
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Casey

This is Incredible!

February 19 2008, 11:03 PM 

Hi Sari,

I am doing GREAT! 

I have been using the Kegelmaster at least 5 days a week, most of the time 6 days a week.  I am using 2 springs.  Right now one spring is at the 1st post and the other is at the 3rd post. 

Each day I have a little improvement.  Today has been the best day yet.  It is 10:30pm and there is still no bulge/vaginal wall showing.     

Today I didn't even notice anything wrong, and it was a wonderful feeling. 

I am so thankful to this wonderful product for helping me heal!  I have raved and told almost everyone about it.  I am so thankful to the Kegelmaster and to you and your wonderful staff! 

I went from a stage 2 cystocele to vaginal wall showing, to almost normal again in 10 weeks!  This product is worth every penny and then some!  And what a bonus that you have online and phone support. 

I wish all women were given one of these when they find out they are pregnant...a lot of problems would be avoided!

Thanks again Sari - I look forward to emailing you with my full recovery report!

Casey


 
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anonomous

lump or bulge

October 19 2011, 1:43 PM 

Do you mean a lump or a bulge (cystocele) as in the typical stage 2 "small roundish" ball that can sit just before the vaginal opening?

 
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ann

two sugeries

April 14 2008, 11:31 PM 

I HAVE HAD TWO RECTOCELE SURGERIES. BOTH HAVE COME BACK. THE LAST TIME "THEY SAID THEY PUT MESH ON THE AREA". THEY ARE USELESS TO GO THROUGH. I WANT THIS PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED THIS TIME WITHOUT SURGERY. DO YOU THINK THIS WILL HELP ME.

 
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Sari Wexler - Forum Moderater

Ann, at this point, I would suggest a different approach!

April 15 2008, 12:36 AM 

Dear Ann,

I am so sorry for what you have been going through.

I cannot give medical advice, but I would urge you to consider finally, at long last, PROPERLY exercising your PC (kegel) muscle.

Based on your condition you should probably get a doctor's clearance to use the Kegelmaster (DO NOT ASK A SURGEON!)

One of the PC muscle's function (the muscle that the Kegelmaster addresses) is to support the bladder, uterus and rectum.

It makes sense that it can help you to avoid this horrible series of surgeries that eventually are going to ravage your body-but again this is only an opinion - not a medical claim!

Ann, you have my best wishes!

With warm regards,
Sari



    
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dottie

surgery

August 13 2008, 2:39 PM 

i had an operation on 7-30-08 and nearly died , he hit a blood vessell and i lost 5 pints ,of blood they had to call in a vascular surgeon and saved my life ,now my problems are just begining , the water or urin keeps pouring out and my dr. doesn't know why ,i am at my wits end , i wish someone could help me

 
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CK

third stage uterine prolapse

March 1 2009, 1:51 PM 

Sari mentions that if you have severe uterine prolapse, where the uterus is protruding out of the vagina, then you should have the surgery. What is "the surgery?" I have been reading all about hysterectomies which is terrifying. I definitely don't want to get one. Is there another surgery that can place the uterus back in its rightful spot? I am only 33 years old, of normal weight and just had my second child vaginally about four weeks ago. I noticed the severe uterine prolapse a couple nights ago.

Please help me - I'm so depressed and discouraged
CK

 
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barbara casilio

third atage uterine prolapse

February 11 2011, 5:11 PM 


 
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Sharon

Re: article

July 19 2011, 12:25 PM 

I have not been diagnosed with either of the above spoken about prolapses but I know there is something not right. I spoke about this in another blog on this site. I used the Kegelmaster once before and quit..now am using it again. I know I"m probably in Stage I of uterine prolapse. I can feel the bulge but it's not out of my body yet. Sooo, I'm doing the Kegelmaster every night. 90reps and holding each for 3seconds. and I'm on the first spring.. again! How long before I go to the next spring? I can already feel a difference in my feeling of fullness. And I know my Kegelmaster is working!
Thank you!
Sharon

 
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Eve Olaasov

Stage 2 Cystocele

October 19 2011, 12:19 PM 

I know that the staging numbers have changed from a 1-4 to a 1-3 system. Just to clarify, when you refer to a stage 2 cystocele, are you referring to the level of prolapse where the bladder has "fallen" just before the opening of the vagina where it can be visible a bit at the end of the day when one squats.

If so then I have a stage 2 cystocele which seems to recede a bit after doing kegels. This condition recently went from a stage 1 to a stage 2 due to a few memorable straining sessions with constipation. That will never happen again as now I know better.

I have aggressively begun a regime with high quality fiber diet, omega 3, Vit D, C, Alpha and Beta E prop and magnesium plus calcium and other supplements to help regulate me. I also work out "carefully" not engaging the pelvic floor in a bad bearing down manner and am taking natural hormone replacement creams as well as vagifem to keep things strong down there. Might the Kegelmaster help me improve to the point it might resolve to a stage 1 or so which is not bothersome? I have only been living with the stage 2 for about 6 weeks or so and am making a little progress already. I am in great shape otherwise and a very (exceptionally) healthy 50 something lady health nut.

 
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Eve Olaasov

Stage 2 Cystocele

October 19 2011, 12:27 PM 

I know that the staging numbers have changed from a 1-4 to a 1-3 system. Just to clarify, when you refer to a stage 2 cystocele, are you referring to the level of prolapse where the bladder has "fallen" just before the opening of the vagina where it can be visible a bit at the end of the day when one squats.

If so then I have a stage 2 cystocele which seems to recede a bit after doing kegels. This condition recently went from a stage 1 to a stage 2 due to a few memorable straining sessions with constipation. That will never happen again as now I know better.

I have aggressively begun a regime with high quality fiber diet, omega 3, Vit D, C, Alpha and Beta E prop and magnesium plus calcium and other supplements to help regulate me. I also work out "carefully" not engaging the pelvic floor in a bad bearing down manner and am taking natural hormone replacement creams as well as vagifem to keep things strong down there. Might the Kegelmaster help me improve to the point it might resolve to a stage 1 or so which is not bothersome? I have only been living with the stage 2 for about 6 weeks or so and am making a little progress already. I am in great shape otherwise and a very (exceptionally) healthy 50 something lady health nut.

 
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