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Fight Erectile Dysfunction and Incontinence with your Own Muscles

Take the first step towards a stronger, more confident you with the eKegel. Say goodbye to the limitations of weak pelvic floor muscles and embrace a life filled with vitality and control. Invest in your well-being today and witness the incredible transformation that awaits you!

Unleash Your Confidence and Strength. Join the countless men who have experienced the transformative power of the eKegel!

The eKegel is a revolutionary pelvic floor trainer that electrically stimulates men’s pelvic floor muscles safely by placing electropads on the skin. The electric stimulation replicates kegel exercises for men by stimulating similar muscle contractions. The entire design and calibration were engineered specifically for male pelvic floor muscles. There are no other similar devices on the market.

Kegel exercises for men have been proven in numerous clinical studies to cure erectile dysfunction and improve ejaculatory control. Incontinence issues benefit greatly from kegel exercises as well. That's why the eKegel is also great for post prostatectomy therapy.

Plus the eKegel can be used for a lifetime of tune-ups after the initial 2-months strengthening program. Nothing works better over time and it is all natural.

Try it now! You can always return it for a full refund if you don't experience any improvement within the first few weeks.

How it Works

Customer Reviews

Based on 83 reviews
Andrew Cochran
seems to work

I am only 10 days into my 2 month treatment for incontinence, but I can feel it contracting my pelvic floor muscles. So it seems to work. I have to hold the perineum pad next to my skin with my hands. Maybe because of body hair? Beyond that, no complaints. Important to read the FAQ section of the website for instructions.

Great Product

I recommend it. Brian Johnson got me interested in the product. I use it 2x10min sessions at a time on square wave. Works those muscles.

Carson Torchia
Great product!

Even as a 30 y.o. I definitely feel like this has helped me gain stronger erections and orgasms. I feel like have more control in the bedroom.

Didn’t work

Great customer service but couldn’t get this to work as intended.

Thank you for a great product

This has been a great help for me at the age of 74 and makes me feel like a much younger man.

Tom A. | Verified Purchase
Not only did it completely cure my ED, it also hugely improved my bladder control and pee dribbles.

Eddie D. | Verified Purchase
Worked great for my pelvic floor rehab after surgery.

Frankie S. | Verified Purchase
Incredible product and great customer service. 100% recommended.

Patrick M. | Verified Purchase
The eKegel changed my life. I can't tell you how good it feels to have solid erections again! Thank you so much

Marc K. | Verified Purchase
Even got morning wood! Haven't felt this strong in years.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews

Worked for me. Ed + some incontinence issues


I tried the Kegelhard after looking for something to try and help with my leaking and ED after a RP. My leaking is all but gone, and my ED is so much better now, but with the help of a pill which I think won't be forever. This device does work (well for me it did anyway) It took a few weeks to start to really notice the improvement but I am sorted now. Might try the MK2 model now :) Thanks for the awesome customer service!

Still not sure

Only one week 3. Have noticed a little more strength in my pelvic floor

Very good

This is incredible. So easy to use too!

Even better than the first

I used the eKegel 1 last year and it was really a great help for me. I just bought the eKegel 2 and the contraction is definitely deeper. Love it!

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In Short....

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!

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