Childbirth, hormonal changes, age, constipation and even excessive coughing (yes, really) can lead to pelvic floor muscle weakness, leaving you open to experiencing light bladder leakage, loss of orgasm and, in some cases, prolapse. So what’s the solution? Exercise.
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But not just any exercise. We’re talking kegel exercises a.k.a. kegels or pelvic floor exercises.
Now, you may be thinking that you know about kegels already but according to Dr Wendy Teo, 70 per cent of women don’t know how to properly do Kegel exercises.
With her help and guidance, here’s everything you need to know about training your vagina: