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Kegel Trainers

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Doing your Kegel exercises every day is something we should all be striving to do. Sometimes though, it can be hard to maintain the habit. Or you might have difficulty even exercising your pelvic floor muscles properly.

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Pelvic Floor Muscles - What Are They And What Do They Do?

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When it comes to sex, most of us want to stay in tip top condition, so we can enjoy it to it’s fullest. Unfortunately though, as you become older, your body tends to become weaker. This can make sex much less enjoyable and lead to a decline in sex drive as you age.

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Kegel Exercises and Pelvic Floor Muscles: Frequently Asked Questions

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Where are the Kegel muscles located in the body?

The term "Kegel muscles" collectively refers to the muscles of the coccygeus, the right and left levator ani, and the connective tissue surrounding them. In "everyday English," the Kegel muscles are located below the pelvic bone, surrounding the reproductive organs as well as the rectum and bladder.

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