The eKegel is an at-home pelvic floor trainer (also called kegel exerciser) that generates electrical pulses through your pelvic floor muscles to stimulate kegel exercises automatically. You just have to turn it on for a daily 10-minute session 3 to 4 times a week initially. After the initial treatment period of 6 to 8 weeks, most men report significant if not total improvement. After this initial period, the eKegel can be used infrequently and as needed for a lifetime of tune-ups to maintain the strength and performance of your pelvic floor muscles. If properly maintained, the eKegel will last for years, making it a great investment that will absolutely enhance your quality of life.
The eKegel is the only pelvic floor device for men that uses pads. Other kegel exercisers are legacy women's devices that have been adapted with an anal probe for men. In contrast, the eKegel offers unique proprietary technology and is incredibly easy to use. It comes with 4 pairs of 2 reusable electrode pads to apply to the skin (we sell additional pairs of replacement pads for $2). You can apply the perineum one by squatting a bit and lifting your scrotum to make sure the pad is applied flat on the perineum. The coccyx one simply goes on your lower back at an angle, pointing down. For more information, please refer to our Explainer Video, Owner Manual, and Frequently Asked Questions.
The eKegel will make your pelvic muscles stronger so your erections will be stronger. Incontinence and premature ejaculation will benefit greatly as well.
The eKegel is eligible for HSA/FSA reimbursement (simply select Sika Health (HSA/FSA) as your method of payment at checkout).
1 Output Wire + 1 extra
1 Rectangular Reusable Perineum Gel Pad + 3 extra
1 Square Reusable Coccyx Gel Pad + 3 extra
1 Micro USB Cable
1 Pad Holder
1 Owner Manual
Product Dimensions: 4.12 x 2.24 x 0.43 inches; 14.11 Ounces
-The intensity ranges from 0 mA to 100 mA
-The frequency ranges from m 0.25 Hz to 5 Hz (1 cycle every 4 seconds to 1 cycle every 0.2 seconds)
-The pulse width ranges from 50 to 150 microseconds
Battery: lithium battery (included)
Note: the eKegel should not be used if you currently have hemorrhoids.
Not suitable for people with pacemakers. Consult your cardiologist first.
Blog - Kegel Exercises for Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation, and Incontinence
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An erection begins with sensory and mental stimulation. During sexual arousal, nerve messages begin to stimulate the penis. Impulses from the brain and local nerves cause the muscles of the corpora cavernosa to relax, allowing blood to flow in and fill the open spaces. The blood creates pressure in the corpora cavernosa, making the penis expand and erect.
The erection is maintained by contraction of the ischiocavernosus muscle, which compresses the penis against the ischium (the curved bone forming the base of each half of the pelvis), obstructing the blood flow through the dorsal veins.
As such, weak pelvic floor muscles make it hard to get and maintain an erection.
Also, ejaculation is caused by involuntary contractions of the bulbospongiosus muscle. As such, with a weak pelvic floor, you don’t have the necessary muscular control to prevent the involuntary muscle spasms and resulting ejaculation.
In conclusion, weak pelvic floor muscles usually result in both erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.
Most of us don’t exercise enough and sit too much. That’s just modern life. However, eventually, pelvic floor muscles weaken, which may cause erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or incontinence issues. In addition, an anterior pelvic tilt can exacerbate the problem (an anterior pelvic tilt is a forward tilt of the pelvis, resulting in an increased curvature of the lower spine and a protrusion of the abdomen, i.e. the belt buckle is lower than the back of the belt when viewed from the side).
Kegel exercises for men are the most recommended therapy to strengthen pelvic floor muscles in men. In fact, they are the standard course of treatment after a prostatectomy (surgery for the partial or complete removal of the prostate).
They have been proven in numerous studies to be very beneficial for erectile or incontinence troubles. Kegel exercises to last longer can also be used by hobbyists to last longer in bed and increase ejaculatory power for stronger ejaculations.
But manual kegel exercises are tedious, very tedious! That’s why you need the eKegel if you are serious about fixing your problem for good, with your own muscles. No more doctor visits!