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Kegel Exercises

Back in the 1940s, the gynaecologist Arnold Kegel recognised the benefit that pelvic floor muscle exercises can have for women with urinary incontinence problems. Since then, these exercises have proven beneficial for many other medical conditions: anal incontinence, hemorrhoids, pelvic organ prolapse…

Back in the 1940s, the gynaecologist Arnold Kegel recognised the benefit that pelvic floor muscle exercises can have for women with urinary incontinence problems. Since then, these exercises have proven beneficial for many other medical conditions: anal incontinence, hemorrhoids, pelvic organ prolapse…