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Below, we’ll spill all the juice. So buckle up!
Kegel exercises and the strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles is not a new concept. However, it is often ignored and/or only performed by women looking to fix an issue of urinary incontinence despite being a quick and simple exercise that could be used to INCREASE SEXUAL PLEASURE.
Here at Ya Bish we are all about the pleasure, so let’s get started!
First and foremost, Kegels can make sex great for both you AND your partner!
Specifically, Kegel exercises make the vagina feel tighter and may help improve the intensity of your orgasm. Remember, the pelvic floor muscles’ tone, strength, and general health are vital to sexual function as they play a key role in arousal, pleasure, and orgasm response.
…Among other things like your emotional well being, stress levels, and how good your man’s is at doing the thing in general 👀 LOL
Your pelvic floor muscles are responsible for the pleasurable contractions felt in the genitals when an orgasm occurs. When the pelvic floor muscles are healthy, orgasms are more intense and can last longer. Can we get an amen?!
Kegel exercise also results in increased blood flow to the pelvic region. Improved blood circulation increases sexual arousal, lubrication, and the ability to orgasm.
Don’t you just want to know how right about now?
And as a bonus to your lover… a strong pelvic floor will allow you to grip your partner more tightly during penetration, which is often more pleasurable for them, which we absolutely love!
So why do Kegel exercises matter?
Because good sex matters ☺️
Many factors can weaken your pelvic floor muscles, including pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, aging, excessive straining from constipation or chronic coughing, and being overweight. As women, we’re all going to experience one if not a few of these at some point in time.
Alas, never fear… Kegel exercises are here!
You now get to improve the health and strength of your pelvic floor PLUS hit the O on a whole new level 🎉
On a more serious note… You might benefit from doing Kegel exercises if you:
- Leak a few drops of urine while sneezing, laughing, or coughing (stress incontinence)
- Have a strong, sudden urge to urinate just before losing a large amount of urine (urinary urge incontinence)
- Leak stool (fecal incontinence)
Kegel exercises can also be done during pregnancy or after childbirth to try to improve your symptoms.
Unfortunately, Kegel exercises are less helpful for women who have severe urine leakage when they sneeze, cough or laugh. Also, Kegel exercises aren't helpful for women who unexpectedly leak small amounts of urine due to a full bladder (overflow incontinence).
So if you are experiencing any of the above, we suggest you speak with your doctor for more guidance.
Now for the magic question - “When to expect results?”
If you do Kegel exercises regularly, you can expect results within a few weeks to a few months. So for continued benefits, make Kegel exercises a permanent part of your daily routine.
We hope that by now, you have a better understanding of what Kegel exercises can do for you. So what are you waiting for?? Click this link for our FREE go-to-guide for contracting and relaxing your pelvic floor muscles.
Here’s to a healthier, tighter you 👏🏼🐱