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I never bother with that. Some users may find that a gradual increase in stimulation is less jarring, but I haven't needed that. If you create a program without a ramp up time and you find the transition from 0 to your set mA to be startling or uncomfortable then you might consider adding a ramp up time of a couple seconds.
I've programmed my first custom program using your suggestions above, the only question I have is about the ramp up time. Did I need to set that to a certain number for this stronger version like P03?
There are very detailed instructions on our Q & A page. Just don't skip anything, go slow, and you'll be fine! You can set and re-set as many times as you need, and if you need any help, just contact customer care directly with where you're running into trouble and we can help you! I would suggest starting with a single phase custom setting. Single phase means just one setting. P08 is 5 phase because it cycles through 5 different settings during the course of a single program. A good, strong jump from P03 would be 50 Hz and 250 uS. Increase the work time to 15 and rest to 15. This should work your muscles more strongly and may cause some muscle soreness the day following the workout. If you still feel this soreness after about a week, you should skip to working out every other day and let your muscles catch up with building new fibers. Then go back to daily once the soreness disappears.
@customercare thank you so much! You all are for sure the best!
That's great! Thank you for sharing K-fit with your friends. I'm so glad to hear that you are seeing progress. Once you have been using K-fit for a while, you can always move on to a custom program. Our custom settings are capable of more than double the strength that any of our preset programs offer. This would be something you use after the 12 week mark. During the first 12 weeks I would encourage you to use P08 and P09 for toning. P03 is also a strong, focused toning program. Always increase the mA's to your comfort level which may fluctuate during the month and across programs. Another suggestion would be to lie down and use a bolster under your hips during exercise to elevate your pelvis and allow your organs to drop back away from the pelvic floor. Working out with your bladder in a more natural position may help it to begin resting in its correct position more quickly.
I am past the 12 weeks and would love to use stronger custom programs but I'm so technology slow I don't know how to set them. I'd love one similar to P03 but stronger and P08 but stronger. Also P04 but stronger too.
Thank you very much! It's definitely caused from a fallen bladder. The KFit has helped me so much though. Ive been recommending it to every woman I know that's had even 1 kid! I can cough or sneeze now without having to awkwardly run to the bathroom.
K-fit will specifically tighten the pelvic floor and lift the bladder into a more anatomical position. If your doctor has recommended kegels to treat your condition, as in, the cause of the failure to void is due to the bladder being dropped, then K-fit is a great option. I would suggest P08 as a comprehensive program that will target 5 different layers of muscle to help lift the pelvic floor. If your condition is caused by a tight pelvic floor or other obstructive issue, then I would encourage you to speak to your doctor to make sure K-fit is the right option for you.