- Do you want to prevent incontinence, prolapse, and surgery?
- Do you gave
birth or had gynecologic surgery? - Do you leak a few drops of urine while
coughing, sneezing, running or laughing? - Do you have a strong, sudden urge to
urinate just before losing a large amount of urine? - Do...
Great product! I use it for 5-10 minutes a few times a week. There was a period where I was having incontinence issues. My Perifit arrived recently and I’ve already noticed improvement within this short time!! Regular kegals are great for what I’ve learned is the “superficial” part of the pelvic floor, but unless you know how to activate your entire pelvic floor, they don’t help the “deeper” area where the tip of the Perifit reaches and helps you train, which is largely where the incontinence issue lies. I like that it tracks your progress and uses Bluetooth to connect to an app/game. The game is SUPER simple, but it’s cool to literally use your vagina to control it! There’s also a manual feature that helps you to focus on training your “deep” area. Worth the price! Didn’t talk to my gyno for an opinion or advice so I can’t speak for anyone who does that first. The battery is also guaranteed for a long while and their warranty/customer service is pretty good! I say go for it.
Great device, good app but a little clunky
I love this device! It’s very sensitive and it’s been extremely helpful in isolating the correct muscles for me. The games are fun and responsive, with increasing levels of difficulty and well calibrated hit boxes. My complaint is with the rest of the app. You can’t click on a game to play it, you have to manually select and then back out a screen to play. It doesn’t tell you how long you’ve been playing for in a given session, or notify you when you’ve met your daily goal. It has a random game function, but it only randomizes the first click, after which you’re stuck playing that same game repeatedly or backing out and starting a new session each time (which messes up the statistics). And lastly, there’s a stat that says “safe zone” on it, but no indicator anywhere as to what that means. Mine is well outside the marked safe range but I have no clue how I might change that or what the consequences are if I don’t. None of these are deal breakers by any means! I still love it, just wanted to leave notes for potential improvement.
“Ohps I did it again”
I am 50 years old. Two children natural birth. Complete hysterectomy. I have combo incontinence and ohps I pee my pants. I have peed twice out shopping and totally embarrassed myself an those with me. It seems to come in waves of bad then it gets better. I let my guard down not wear protection and boom “ I did it again”. My physical therapist for my neck said “we have a program here that we can do that would help that.” The idea of laying in a room with a man teaching me how to strengthen my pelvic floor didn’t sound at all comfortable! I saw Peri fit on FB app and thought this just might work. I just started the peri fit today. Comfortable, easy to use, I love that it gives feed back and the games make it interesting. I really pray this is my answer🙏 because diapers are for babies 🤣an the very elderly that was going to be my next step.
Finally Found A Good Fit!
I bought Elvie several months ago and it was a disaster from day one. Always slipping out, Bluetooth always disconnecting and the developers would not fix some annoying, but easily resolved bugs on the app that I reported. Perifit has been nothing but amazing since I unboxed it last week. Not only is the device all around better (no more slipping out and failing Bluetooth!), but the app is more user friendly and bug free (so far). I love the cute little games, and the app seems to register in perfect tandem with the device while doing exercises. The progress reports are also more comprehensive and easier to understand. Thanks guys!
It’s the coolest IMPROVEMENT game!
It takes some days to get use to, but this is a pretty fun game/learning tool. I would say, I would love for a bit more detailed instruction WHILE playing the game, on which muscles you should be using. I can only see if I am in manual mode what I am doing. But, sometimes I can’t seem to get the bird or butterfly to do what I need while playing. And that is something I need help on. I do not have bladder issues or anything. I got this purely because I’ve had children (5) and was curious. I’m not particularly sexually active, so I’m not sure if/how it has improved sexual life. But I enjoy this! It’s fun and....just all out kinda cool!
Needs some tweaks
The device has been very helpful for intimacy health and helping me stay in control and aware of my body. That being said the app does need some tweaks here and there. The explanation of my statistics are confusing to me because a standard or goal isn’t set... so it says, “you’re doing ok” when my stat is 10% and in my mind I’m feeling like 10% isn’t good enough in reality but no where says it’s good or bad. The games profile doesn’t allow smooth toggling between game settings and choices. Just some app tweaks. I’m a generation that is usually very streamlined with technology and this app hasn’t been the easiest for me at moments— key word is moments, I’ve been able to navigate it after all.
Cool and useful
I’ve only had it a couple of days - it is fun to play the games. Hoping it works for light bladder leaks. A few improvements in the app would make this a 5-star... 1 - somewhere before game starts I would like to see notes on what position to be in while using. 2 - give daily time used, in addition to weekly. 3 - choose workout and have start button on the same screen rather than having to select then go back to previous screen. 4 - Turn off music while leaving game sounds on. 5 - Provide a reusable bag or box to store it in for hygiene purposes. Overall, so far I am happy with my purchase. I look forward to improvement in stress and urge incontinence.
I bought this the day I had a small leak in the nurses station....the first time ever I completely had no control over my bladder!! I felt it was too early for me to be incontinent and though I’ve tried Kegel balls I’ve had no success. The biofeedback is immediate and very helpful. I didn’t realize how difficult it could be to fully relax while doing the exercises. In just over a weeks time I have noticeable improvement. Definitely worth the investment!!!
Loving the convenience of at home “therapy”
Was seeing a pelvic floor PT that I loved but was frustrated with cost and time involved. This is so easy and I can do it at home. I’ve only had it a few days and so far feel like it’s going to be a great tool to strengthen my muscles. I love the feedback which lets me know if I’m actually doing it correct. The game aspect plays on my competitive side well and keeps me coming back for more. I just wish the app had an option to select whether you’re lying down, sitting or standing. My PT wants me work in the different positions but my strength is very different based on my position which doesn’t necessarily show accurate stats in terms of progress.
Great device with small imperfections
It’s a great idea and works really well. My problem is that the device keeps pushing out after a while no matter what I do so it messes up the games. The readings don’t seem to be that accurate if I have to adjust it in the middle of a game or if it pushes out so it kind of ruins the stats and the fun of it. The app offers advise saying you might use your abs or do something incorrectly but I’m working with a pelvic floor therapist so I know I’m working the right muscles. The statistics are nice but I wish it would offer a little deeper insight. I have no idea what the safe zone means and the explanations to the other areas are superficial too. At the end of the day I still like it and I think it’s a great device!
Work in progress
I have had my Perifit about a 6 weeks and initially it seemed to be working well and I was making progress, but the last two weeks no matter how relaxed I get the butterfly won’t come down and no matter how hard I squeeze it won’t stay up, which has led me to use the wrong muscles trying to make it work. I am not sure if it has helped with incontinence issues yet as most of my issues are related to stress incontinence and i don’t sneeze often enough or jump up and down to see if it’s helped. I would like to continue to use it but if I can’t get it to work like it did the first few weeks I may quit.
Please add an off switch for the music!
I would give this a 5-star review EXCEPT for the fact that you don’t have a setting for music on/off/volume and effects volume like EVERY OTHER GAME ON THE PLANET. The music gets really annoying after about 5 minutes. It adds nothing to the user experience. The pings when you hit the target are an important audio cue that goes away when I turn the phone volume down. Please fix this in the next update and I will come back and revise my review. The controller is good, but I wonder how I will recharge/replace the battery when it dies.
So far, it’s great!
Came in less than a week, and free shipping. I’ve had 2 kids, and had a full hysterectomy almost 4 years ago and had begun to develop some leaks occasionally. I’ve had Perifit a little over a week now, it’s easy to use, the app works just fine, and the games are fun! I’m hoping it works my pelvic floor and I get the results others are talking about. Right now, I can say it is definitely worth trying.
I just played a video game with my vagina! Amazing! Quite an expensive dildo but for my health and wellness, I guess it’s worth it! Doing kegels on your own can be boring and you don’t have a way of knowing if you’re actually strengthening the muscles so the app is perfect. I find myself yelling at the bird and punching my bed as I try to capture lotuses 🤣 I’ve only done one session so I haven’t experienced any of the technical difficulties others have mentioned.
Improved my postpartum bladder prolapse
I developed mild bladder prolapse postpartum. I was referred to pelvic floor PT around 8 weeks postpartum but couldn’t go due to COVID and everything being shut down. I bought the Perifit and have been using it 4 times a week for one month with significant benefit!! I had tried weighted Kegel balls but was too weak to hold them in. After using the Perifit I feel 80% better, can now have sex and can exercise! Highly recommend.
Yes. Perifit is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 879 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Perifit Is 37.8/100.
Yes. Perifit is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 879 Perifit User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Perifit Is 37.8/100.
Perifit works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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