femfit® Pelvic Floor System






femfit® Pelvic Floor Training System

femfit® by JUNOFEM is a Pelvic Floor trainer for women. This device gives you real-time feedback on your exercise technique. With femfit®, you know you are doing the right thing.

Improving pelvic floor health is so important, but does not happen overnight. It requires a commitment to regular, targeted exercise (about 10 minutes duration, 5 times per week). With femfit® you exercise at home, at a time that suits you. With the right technique, your efforts will be totally worth it.

The femfit® includes a thin flexible sensor array, which is inserted into the vagina during pelvic floor exercising. The device is unobtrusive and supports functional training transitioning, from lying to sitting to standing. 

The femfit® App includes a custom exercise programme with compelling scientific evidence for efficacy. The programme adjusts as you get stronger to fast track your improvement in pelvic floor health. The right technique + the right dosage = best result.

Habit Health clinicians can help you in clinic, femfit® can help you at home.


  • femfit® pelvic floor training device, charging case and USB charging cable
  • Access to femfit Mobile App® 
  • 12-Week Strength Builder programme: 12 weeks of clinically-validated content and insights, to help you train right, and feel better

Directions & Precautions


  • The femfit® device is worn inside the vagina, and connects directly to the app via Bluetooth. Utilising sensor technology, you'll get real-time feedback everytime you exercise, helping you optimise your technique with accuracy and confidence.

Symptom Disclaimer:

If you experience any of the symptoms listed below, you should speak to your healthcare professional before using your device:

  • Pregnancy: femfit® is not currently recommended for use when pregnant
  • Vaginal or bladder infection
  • Difficulty emptying your bladder and/or continuous urinary leakage
  • Blood in urine, faeces, or bleeding after sexual intercourse
  • Tight pelvic floor muscles (e.g. difficulty or pain during penetrative intercourse, tampon use, urinating/defecating)
  • Severe pelvic pain
  • New onset numbness in the saddle area, loss of bladder or bowel sensation
  • Vaginal prolapse - bulging or protruding visibly from vaginal entrance
  • Lump or mass in the pelvic area