kegel exercises are activities that make your pelvic floor stronger

the simple clench and release exercises are a great way to make the muscles holding the uterus bowels and bladder in place

if these muscles weaken they can affect the reproductive and urinary organs

the first step to performing kegel exercises is to locate your pelvic floor so you know the muscles you have in the exercise

you can seek professional help by going to your gynecologist

the easiest way to do them is to just clench the muscles for a few seconds and release them afterward repeat the exercise around 10 to 20 times

it will take some time around four to six weeks before the kegel exercises begin to benefit

kegel exercises are important to strengthen the pelvic floor and protect all the organs that it holds