Brands: Apex, Attain, Liberty, Yarlap, Kegel8, Leva
How it Works: Probe inserted vaginally. Does Kegels for you via electrical stimulation.
What you do: Let probe contract muscles for you.
Pros: Does Kegels for you
Cons: Requires dedicated time, Stay stationary lying down, Requires privacy, Risk of infection
FDA cleared?: Yes, but may require prescription
Price: $300-$1200, with some insurance coverage
User Review: “Clinically proven to work, and some are quite strong. Contracts the correct muscles for you, but the vaginal activation leaves you feeling somewhat “violated.” It’s hard to commit to consistent private sessions.”