Kegel exercises, also called pelvic floor exercises, help strengthen the muscles that support the bladder, uterus, and bowels. By strengthening these muscles, you can reduce or prevent problems such as leaking urine.
To get started;
Assume you are trying to stop the flow of urine or trying not to pass gas. Do not do this when you urinating, because it hurts the bladder muscle.
By doing the exercise, you aid contraction of the muscles of the pelvic floor. Avoid moving your leg, buttock, or abdominal muscles while doing these exercises. No one should notice that you are doing Kegel exercises.
Do the Kegel exercises daily, five sets a day. Each time you contract the muscles of the pelvic floor, hold for a slow count of five and then relax. Repeat this 10 times for one set of Kegels.
You can use adult diapers to prevent leakages.
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