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is it actually true that doing kegel exercises will help my prolapsed uterus?

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Dr. Mary Denman
Gynecology 24 years experience
Yes: Doing kegel exercises, squeezing the "pelvic floor muscles" can help increase tone and decrease the uncomfortable sensation of prolapse.

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