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How to do Kegel Exercise Pelvic Floor Pubococcygeus strengthening
Here Sexologist Dr. Ashok Koparday explains how to do Kegel Exercise in a manner that is simple to understand and implement.
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Pelvic Floor showing Perineal Muscles and the Levator ani muscles
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Kegel exercise – other names
- Kegel exercises
- Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercise
- Perineal Muscle Exercises
- Pubococcygeus Muscle Exercises
- PC Muscle Exercises
Kegel Exercises strengthen Pubococcygeus Muscle, hence called as Pubococcygeus Muscle (P C Muscles) Exercises. Kegel Exercises are effective in toning and fitness of Pelvic Floor, hence also called as Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises. This is also called as Perineal Muscle Exercises as it tones the perineum, the lowest part between two legs from the bone in front to the bone behind, the area around the vaginal, the urethra and anal passage. It is the area that would be visible if you were to look up from beneath after spreading your legs. (Anatomically from the pubic symphysis to the coccyx.)
What is Kegel exercise?
Alternate contraction and release of contraction of anal sphincter is effective way of practicing Kegel exercise.
Ways to do it Kegel exercise?
Imagine you have sudden urge to defecate. And there is no washroom/toilet around. You tightly contract the anal sphincter to control, to stop defecation.
Voluntarily stop urine flow midstream while urinating, then resume, then start, then stop, then start. Same muscles, called the Pubococcygeus Muscles (PC Muscles) are alternately contracted and relaxed in this maneuver.
When you insert a finger in your vagina or anus and clamp or tighten over it to squeeze the finger the pubococcygeus muscles are being used. Instead of finger doctors may suggest you insert a dilator.
In Kegel exercises the muscles at the base of the pelvis are contracted.
Make sure you are not contracting the abdominal (belly) muscles, the thighs or the buttocks instead.
You can do Kegel exercise While you are sitting, standing, chatting, reading.
How often to do the Kegel/Pubococcygeus muscle exercise?
Contract (hold tight) these muscles for about 5 breaths, then relax for 5 breaths. Repeat this contracting and relaxing anal muscles for about 10 times twice a day.
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Benefits Of Pubococcygeus Muscles Exercise
Pubococcygeus muscle exercises for strengthening of the pelvic floor are beneficial as part of treatment of following conditions.
- Urinary Incontinence
- Fecal incontinence
- Vaginal prolapse
- Anal/Rectal prolapse
- In the third stage of labor (childbirth)
- After episiotomy
- Healing of perineal tear
- Prostatitis or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
- Premature Ejaculation
- Female Sexual Dysfunction
- Enhance Sexual Pleasure
Why call the Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises as Kegel exercises?
American Gynecologist Dr. Arnold Kegel (death 1976) devised the perineometer a tube inserted in vagina to know the pelvic muscle tone and teach to increase strength of pelvic muscle floor. (first published in 1948)
Date Retrieved: April 02, 2013