Super Kegel Pelvic Exerciser

Kegel

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The Super Kegel exerciser strengthens the pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. The Super Kegel Pelvic Exerciser promotes a natural ‘push pull’ motion with gentle resistance at the thighs to help develop, strengthen and tone the muscles of the pelvic floor including the buttocks, thighs and lower abdominal.

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The Super Kegel exerciser strengthens the pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. The Super Kegel Pelvic Exerciser promotes a natural ‘push pull’ motion with gentle resistance at the thighs to help develop, strengthen and tone the muscles of the pelvic floor including the buttocks, thighs and lower abdominal.

The lightweight stainless steel design is vinyl padded for comfort, and the adjustable tension can be increased as you progress and your muscles strengthen. The Kegel device is suitable for both men and women.

  • When the pelvic floor muscles are weak, you are at greater risk for involuntary urine leaks
  • The value of improving urinary incontinence with Kegel exercises is now widely accepted

Who can benefit from Kegel exercises? Anyone, at any age, who suffers urinary incontinence or leaks urine. While the exercise mainly helps those with stress urinary incontinence, it can also help those with another common type, urge incontinence from over active bladder. With urge incontinence, you have a sudden urge to urinate and don't always make it to the bathroom. Men with urinary incontinence problems can do Kegel exercises, too. Studies on men have shown that these exercises improve urinary incontinence that can happen after prostate surgery.

Are there any other benefits to Kegel exercises? Yes. Kegel exercises aren't just good for improving urinary incontinence. They are often recommended in sex therapy as there was an accidental "side effect" discovered about the sexual benefits. The pelvic floor muscles contract more strongly during orgasm once they are strengthened.

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