There is now a video game you can control with your vagina

Are you counting your Kegels?

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Maybe you just had a baby (go you!) and you're looking to strengthen your pelvic floor. Maybe you want to increase your pleasure during sexual intercourse. Maybe you're dealing with a weak bladder and need relief. Well, thanks to this insertable exercise gadget for your vagina, you can get the help you need.

Enter Perifit. This unique exercise tracker improves bladder control, trains your core, and more. As someone who suffers from an overactive bladder, this device is a straight-up blessing. Perifit made of medical grade silicone, so it's soft and flexible. There are two sensors that are 26mm wide. According to the Perifit website, the tracker fits all body types. I find this surprising because there's a wide range of vagina shapes and sizes. Did I mention it's waterproof?

Just insert the pink controller (it's adorable) into your vagina, launch the companion app, select a game, and start squeezing. That's right. This thing turns pelvic floor exercises into an engaging game. The tracker, which connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth, detects movement from your pelvic muscles and records the force exerted. The game itself is simple. All you have to do is tighten and relax your pelvic muscles to control the digital butterfly or bird on the screen.

For Indiegogo backers, the lowest pledge starts at $89 and expected delivery is April 2017. The Perifit app is compatible with all smartphones and tablets too. Personally, I was blown away by Perifit's overwhelmingly successful Indiegogo campaign. I mean, just look at those numbers. This device is clearly filling a need.

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