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As advanced as our society has become, many women are still reluctant to talk about their bodies. Incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse are rarely discussed, but it is estimated that nearly 50% of women ages 50-75 will suffer from some type of pelvic organ difficulties in their lifetime. Many physical therapists and women's health experts are finding there are many ways to tone the pelvic floor and have found that variation in exercise is more effective than one type alone. Though you might ...
The exercises to tighten and avoid issues of urinal incontinence are called Kegel exercises. These workout regimes help to strengthen the pelvic core muscles as well as help to maintain a good sex life. Here are the best Kegel exercise videos picked up for you to reap their benefits if practiced regularly.
Pregnancy and Childbirth are very taxing on your vagina and your pelvic floor muscles! This can cause things like urinary incontinence, reduced sexual pleasure, and even organ prolapse. There are specific things you can do to help prevent the potential negative effects and help your body (specifically your vagina!) to recover more completely and quickly from pregnancy and childbirth.