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Doctor insights on: Kegel Pelvic Floor Exercises

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What is the pelvic floor exercise is it kegel exercise or it is something else ?

What is the pelvic floor exercise is it kegel exercise or it is something else ?

Kegels: Kegel exercises are designed to increase the strength of the pelvic floor so the exercises are often called pelvic floor exercises. ...Read more

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Hw do u know ur doing kegels right and they are working to strengthen pelvic floor and tighten vagina i want always stronger and tighter vagina?

Hw do u know ur doing kegels right and they are working to strengthen pelvic floor and tighten vagina i want always stronger and tighter vagina?

It's simple !: Kegels are fairly simple to do and very important to do on a regular basis. The more you do it the better vaginal tone you will have. Imagine a finger in the vagina and pretend you are squeezing all your vaginal muscles around it. Best way to test it: when you are going to the bathroom try to stop the urine flow in mid action. Hold it for 3 seconds and release. ...Read more

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How do you know ur doing kegels right and they are working to strengthen pelvic floor and tighten vagina i want always be stronger and tighter vagina?

How do you know ur doing kegels right and they are working to strengthen pelvic floor and tighten vagina i want always be stronger and tighter vagina?

Kagel: That is a good question and a difficult one to answer without direct observation. A physical therapist might be able to help you identify the right muscles to contract. In the sitting position try to thing you are voiding and contract the muscles that you use to stop urination. You will feel a slight rising of your body and contraction of your anus. ...Read more

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I m a 40 year old male and started doing kegel after i found i have some post urine dribble. I only did kegels for a week and now think that i have damaged my anal sphincters or weakened my pelvic floor muscles. Now i cannot control by bowel urgency (only

I m a 40 year old male and started doing kegel after i found i have some post urine dribble. I only did kegels for a week and now think that i have damaged my anal sphincters or weakened my pelvic floor muscles. Now i cannot control by bowel urgency (only

Hmm...: You may have hurt your sphincter muscles with too much clenching. They will probably repair themselves in 24-48 hours, just stop the clenching. Males don't need to do kegel exercises to prevent urine leakage. Since men don't have vaginal births there is no reason to have a weak pelvic floor. Dribbling is most likely caused by an enlarged prostate gland. See a urologist. ...Read more

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Diagnosed with mild cystocele.pelvic floor exercises made it worse- where do i go from here?

Diagnosed with mild cystocele.pelvic floor exercises made it worse- where do i go from here?

Depends on symptoms: particularly after vaginal childbirth, it is very common to have a small cystocele. If there are no symptoms, then nothing needs to be done. If you feel that it is causing symptoms then consult with a urogynecologist about options. hope this helps Dr. Morse ...Read more

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Why is the pain with pelvic floor dysfunction not consistent.One day pain is mild one day more severe. I've just started some of the exercise.

Why is the pain with pelvic floor dysfunction  not consistent.One day pain is mild one day more severe. I've just started some of the exercise.

Pelvic floor dysfunc: Dysfunction muscle tension can be due to activity related to bowel habits, sitting for prolonged periods of time, or sexual habits. Typical for the pain to be up and down. ...Read more

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Can you suggest some good pelvic floor exercises ofter a prostate operation?

Can you suggest some good pelvic floor exercises ofter a prostate operation?

Here are some ...: Pelvic floor muscle exercise for men with stress u-incontinence after radical prostatectomy is same as that for women, i.e., Kegel exercise. But, how to do it correctly may be an issue, and it should be done by learning how to isolate the perineal / pelvic floor muscles around the urethra. If doing it correctly, one should not see much movement in the abdominal muscles. ...Read more