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What is a kegel?

A kegel (KAY-gul or KEY-gul) is the name of a pelvic floor exercise that Dr. Arnold Kegel, a University of Southern California gynecologist, developed in 1948 to help women with postpartum incontinence. Another name for the exercise is pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT). Kegel's are a specific type of exercise that target the muscles of the pelvic floor. These muscles support the rectum, vagina, and the urethra in the pelvis. Pelvic floor exercises are one of the first-line treatments for stress urinary incontinence (SUI).

Definition of Urinary Incontinence:  Incontinence is the inability to control urination (the loss of bladder control) It affects people of all ages and gender, but woman are twice as likely as men to develop incontinence. It s a common and often embarrassing problem. The severity of urinary incontinence ranges from occasionally leaking urine when you cough or sneeze to having sudden to unpredictable episodes of strong urinary urgency. Sometimes, the urgency may be so strong you don't get to a toilet in time.

Incontinence is more common with older women, but it is possible for a young woman to have the problem. Many factors can weaken these muscles throughout one’s life, including pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, aging, menopause, chronic cough, chronic constipation, and a genetic predisposition to weak connective tissue. The vaginal muscles and the pelvic floor muscles lose their strength which can lead to a number of physical and sexual functionality related ailments. The weakened pelvis muscles may lead to sexual dissatisfaction, stress incontinence, and urge incontinence. Even performing the regular activities can cause stress incontinence. To get rid of these syndromes, practice Kegel exercises!
 

Are kegel exercises easy to do?

Yes, you can do these simple exercises anywhere and at any time, and no one will know you are doing them. For example, you can perform them while driving to and from work (traffic lights and stop signs are excellent places to practice), sitting at the computer, talking on the phone, reading a book, eating a meal, and watching TV are just a few of the many places you can do your kegel exercises. Be creative!

Do a set of 10 Kegel exercises 3 times a day. The exercises will get easier the more often you do them. You might make a practice of fitting in a set every time you do a routine task, such as checking e-mail or commuting to work. What is most important is that, as with any exercise, regular and consistent practice of Kegel exercises is necessary to achieve results.


Benefit from doing kegels

Kegels can be performed by both men and women. There are significant benefits for both sexes. It really is incredible how many benefits you can get from such a little exercise! Many conditions put stress on your pelvic floor muscles:

  • Pregnancy and childbirth - Kegel exercises are recommended especially during pregnancy. Well-toned pelvic floor muscles may make you more comfortable as your due date approaches and conditioned muscles will make birth easier.
     

  • Extreme  overweight - Extra weight puts added pressure on your muscles of the pelvic area. Weight loss can also help.
     

  • Aging - Kegel exercises can help prevent urinary incontinence, prolapses and many other problems of the pelvic floor that are often associated with aging and decreased muscle tone. Incontinence is very common with aging, but that doesn't mean it's an inevitable part of aging. Especially important for women because as much as 55% report experiencing some degree of incontinence during their lifetime.
     

  • Chronic cough - Kegel exercises can make you more able to tighten your pelvic floor muscles, before pressure increases in your abdomen, when you sneeze, cough or laugh.
     

  • Sexual problems - Kegel exercise leads to sexual enjoyment being enhanced for both partners. May be helpful to women who have persistent problems reaching orgasm as kegel exercises increase the blood flow to the genital area.
     

  • Menopause - Menopause also contributes to incontinence by sapping estrogen. Kegel exercises help overcome incontinence.
     

  • Surgery - Incontinence can occur after an hysterectomy for women and prostate surgery in men. Some studies show a 60% greater risk of incontinence following a hysterectomy.
     

  • Hormone therapy - A recent study showed that hormone therapy actually has been shown to increase the incidence of incontinence.
     

  • Other factors - These include drug interactions, certain illnesses such as diabetes or Parkinson’s can contribute to incontinence in both men and women.
     

Identify the correct muscles and doing kegel exercises right

When doing kegel exercises, it is important to make sure you are doing them correctly!A good test to see if you are using the right muscles is to try to tighten your muscles around your vagina and back passage and lift up, as if you’re stopping yourself passing water and wind at the same time. A quick way of finding the right muscles is by trying to stop the flow of urine when you’re in the toilet. Once you've found the muscles, make sure you relax and empty your bladder completely. Don’t do this regularly because you may start retaining urine.

The movement is an upward and inward contraction, not a bearing-down effort. Don't hold your breath. You should be able to hold a conversation at the same time, or try counting aloud while you're doing the exercises. Do not tighten your tummy, thigh, or buttock muscles as you will be exercising the wrong muscle groups. Also do not squeeze your legs together.

If you can’t stop your flow of urine completely, slowing it is a good start. Try the test every two weeks or so to see if your muscles are getting stronger. Don't do the test more often than this.

NOTE: If you haven’t noticed a difference after three months, see your continence adviser again to check whether you’re doing them correctly or if there's another problem.
 

Types of Kegels

There are two basic kinds of Kegel exercises.

  • Slow kegel - You squeeze and hold for 5 seconds and then relax. Repeat this 10 times in a row (this should take about 50 seconds). Slow contractions help to increase the strength of your pelvic floor.
     

  • Fast or quick kegel - Rapidly squeeze and release the muscles of the vagina 10 times in a row (this should take about t0 seconds). Fast contractions help your pelvic floor to cope with pressure, for example when you sneeze, cough or laugh. 

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 Strengthen your pelvic floor by contracting your Kegel muscles daily. Kegel muscles are the ones you use to stop your urine mid-stream. Don’t exercise while urinating, but during any other time of the day (when you’re sitting at traffic lights, on the phone, or at your desk) squeeze them and hold for a beat or do fast fluttering contractions. Shoot for 100 a day. Exercises that strengthen your transverse abdominals, the deep abdominal muscles that support your torso, will also help tighten your pelvic floor. There are even special exercise devices that resemble a vibrator and are designed to help you do Kegels correctly.

 

Berman Juno Weighted Pelvic Exerciser

 CNVELD-SE9710-10-2

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• Laura Berman, LCSW, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry and obstetrics/gynecology at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. She has been working as a sex educator and therapist for 20 years, and is considered a leader in her field. Her latest book, “Real Sex for Real Women” is an international Best Seller. • The Dr. Laura Berman Intimate Basics Collection™ is designed by women, for women to give you and your partner exactly what you need; color, ergonomic designs, discreet packaging, superior quality, quiet and powerful devices. Dr. Berman personally writes instructions for each product. • Seamless Kegel® style exerciser with increasing weights • Designed for women to continuously strengthen their PC muscle • Acrylic/Lucite® • Designer pouch included in boutique packaging • 4.6 oz/130 g (weight) • 7.25”x 1.25”/18 cm x 3 cm

$30.99

 

Berman Dilator Set

SE9711-14

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Designed by women for women, this vibrating, multi-speed Dilator Set courtesy of the Berman CenterÀô series of Intimate AccessoriesÀô, features four different sized sleeves and a removable silicone sheath. For pleasure and to strengthen your pelvic muscles, the dilator set includes: waterproof, vibrating, multi-speed dilator, 3 interlocking, graduated stacked dilator sleeves to attain desired girth and soft Silicone sleeve. Whether you struggle with discomfort during intercourse, sexual anxiety, or simply want to work your pelvic floor strength, this set is the perfect tool for increasing your sexual pleasure and health. Includes a free storage sack. The total length is 7.5 inches with an insertable length of 3.5 inches. Requires 2 AA batteries not included.

$39.99

   

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Natural contour, kegel exerciser

SI2013

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It is known that childbirth and natural aging can weaken the vaginal or kegel muscles, situated at the pelvic floor, causing incontinence and loss of pleasurable feelings, even orgasm. An effective way to build up a muscle is through weight resistance training. This involves exercising the muscle against a resistance. Natural Contours is proud to introduce ENERGIE, the perfect weight resistance barbell for the kegel muscle, one that is small, functional and effective. This exerciser is 6 long with the largest diameter being 1in. Using the ENERGIE kegel exerciser will provide a safe and pleasurable way to maintain your kegel muscle tone before and after childbirth as well as after menopause and could lead to greater pleasure during sexual intercourse. Full instructions are included in the packaging. Practice only makes you better

$26.99

   

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The Kegelmaster

KEG2000


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World's first progressive resistance vaginal exerciser comes with a 100% money back guarantee. The Kegelmaster will give any woman the tightest vagina and best muscle control of any exerciser in the world. 
  • Cures Incontinence due to poor muscle development
  • Sensual and exciting to use
  • Will enable any woman to have deep vaginal orgasms that have never experienced one before
  • Easier for a woman to reach an orgasm
  • Make a woman's vagina more sensitive
  • Increase a woman's vaginal muscle control
  • Increase a woman's clitoris erection
  • Increase the number and intensity of a woman's sexual orgasms
  • Increase the tightening of a woman's vagina after the first use
  • Designed by Alexandra

$ 114.99

   

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