It’s a known fact that doing kegel exercises help in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles and it is done by both men and women. If you regularly do kegel exercises, it can actually result in stronger and far more intense orgasms.
While for women, it can help in tightening the vaginal muscles, it can also help in preventing urinary incontinence. On the other hand, for men, it helps them last longer in bed as it helps them control the timing of their ejaculation. There’s no doubt that it is important to know how to do kegel exercises, but instead of doing it only when you’re alone, why not exercise those muscles during sex?
You can start by first practicing by yourself for a few days so you get better at it. First, try to clench your vaginal muscles while urinating. This should result in stopping the urine flow. Ideally, you should be able to keep the muscles clenched and tense for 10 seconds at a time and even if you aren’t able to do it, don’t get disappointed. Practicing really helps and within a week or two you will get there.
However, you need not only do kegels while you’re on the pot. You can do it while you’re travelling to work or even while you’re sitting at your desk in office! The best part is, no one can tell what you’re up to. Once you have got some practice, you can now do it during sexual intercourse.
It will come as a great surprise to your partner when you squeeze your pelvic floor muscles against his penis. He will absolutely love it and you also stand to gain from this because when you finally orgasm, it will be stronger and more intense that before! These are the 3 reasons why women should do kegel exercises post pregnancy.