Better Kegels: How to do kegel exercises, and why they work

Kegel exercises can help build pelvic floor strength. The motions are designed to squeeze the muscles you would use to stop urinating or passing gas and strengthen them over time. Learn how kegels work and the right way to do a kegel exercise for results.

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