Kegeling is an exercise that strengthens your pelvic floor, solving certain medical issues. They can be beneficial sexually as well. While they are commonly thought of as a women's exercise, men can benefit from Kegeling as well.
Kegeling was invented by Dr. Arnold Kegel in 1948. He invented the exercise to help women who had given childbirth and were having resultant incontinence issues.
Kegeling is excellent at preventing urinary incontinence and fecal incontinence in women and men. It's used to prevent pelvic prolapse, which is when a woman's organs, such as her uterus, slips out of place. It can prevent prostate pain in men. Finally, it can make pushing easier and prevent hemorrhoids during childbirth.
Kegeling will strengthen orgasms and overall sexual pleasure for both men and women. It encourages blood flow, so it can also strengthen erections.
Kegeling exercises the pelvic floor muscles, including the pubococcygeus muscle, or PC muscle. The exercises potentially affect the urethra, vagina, cremaster muscle, testicles and anal canal.
The Kegel Exercise
A Kegel involves clenching the muscles on your pelvic floor, such as used when stopping and starting your flow of urine in while peeing
I must have sex with you because I've been Kegeling.