Jeanette Haslam explains the theory that underpins the use of vaginal cones in stress urinary incontinence and how this translates into practice. Pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) is recommended for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in women (NICE, 2006). One method of training is .
Kegel exercises are said to be good for treating vaginal prolapse and preventing uterine prolapse in women and for treating prostate pain  and swelling resulting from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatitis in men . Kegel exercises may be beneficial in treating urinary incontinence in both men and women.
Aquaflex Pelvic Floor Exercise System by Neen The Aquaflex system consists of two vaginal cones and a set of weights. Inserted like a tampon, the Aquaflex cone causes the pelvic floor muscles to automatically contract around it. Been using this for several weeks-3 kids and old age and lack of Kegels = stress incontinence. I can really Reviews: 167.
In a Cochrane review, combining studies including 17 RCT or quasi-randomized studies with 1484 women with both SUI and mixed incontinence (six trials published as abstracts only) it was concluded that training with vaginal cones is more effective than no treatment (Herbison and Dean, 2009).