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Do kegal excercises for men work, and if so what are the benifits?

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Dr. Elie Schochet
Surgery - Colorectal
5 doctors agree

In brief: All exercise helps

Kegel exercises are used to strenghten the pelvic floor and have been studied more in women than men.
They may be abl to help with aiding badic bowel function and/or urinary and bladder issues, but nobody has proven anything. Practitioners or yoga and pilates and other "core" strengthening have long understood that fix the core and many things will work better, so never a bad exercise to do.

In brief: All exercise helps

Kegel exercises are used to strenghten the pelvic floor and have been studied more in women than men.
They may be abl to help with aiding badic bowel function and/or urinary and bladder issues, but nobody has proven anything. Practitioners or yoga and pilates and other "core" strengthening have long understood that fix the core and many things will work better, so never a bad exercise to do.
Dr. Elie Schochet
Dr. Elie Schochet
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Dr. Paul Williams
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Male kegel

Kegel exercises - contracting the muscles of the pelvic floor can benefit men- especially those with urinary control issues.
They can sometimes be effective to treat men with ejaculation issues such as premature ejaculation.

In brief: Male kegel

Kegel exercises - contracting the muscles of the pelvic floor can benefit men- especially those with urinary control issues.
They can sometimes be effective to treat men with ejaculation issues such as premature ejaculation.
Dr. Paul Williams
Dr. Paul Williams
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