The kegel is one of the most basic pelvic floor exercises. The muscles involved in kegel exercises are difficult to see, so many people wonder if they are doing them right. Here are some tips. HOW TO DO KEGEL EXERCISES Identifying the Muscles. If you can stop your urination flow mid-stream, you have identified your…

Have you ever jumped on a trampoline or gone running, and realized later that you leaked? You may be one of the 25 million people in the US that deal with urinary incontinence due to dysfunctions in the pelvic floor muscles. What is the pelvic floor? It is a group of muscles located at the…

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