Do Kegel balls really help?

Kegel balls may help women improve bladder control. They may help prevent bladder and bowel leakage by exercising the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder. Check with your healthcare provider to see if they're a good solution for you.

If you're not ready for Kegel balls, you may want to consider practicing pelvic floor exercises, which require no equipment at all. Learn more about how to perform pelvic floor exercises here.

 

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