I have a kegel 8 ultra and found it useful although I did over use it a bit and it irritated a back problem I had so I am using it but not as aggressively now.
Do you know what type of prolapse/s you have?
It is a good idea to find out which one/s you have and start to educate yourself as much as possible. There are 5 types. You can have one, and more commonly have a combination of more than one.
How do you feel? Consider your symptoms. You may be happy to continue under your GPs care, and/or be referred to a Urogynecologist if you have problems that you are worried about.
With a slight prolapse the Kegel 8 may well help stengthen your pelvic floor. I am still using mine. Consider also independantly doing your kegels as well and see if your GP will send you to a womens Physio Therapist to help you to understand how to do them effectively.
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