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Are pelvic floor issues affecting your quality of life? If so, you will be very interested to read about a recent study that found a super fun way to help improve your pelvic floor muscle strength and sexual function.

The study, which was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, involved two groups of women who had previously given birth via uncomplicated vaginal deliveries.


Group 1: were asked to do kegel exercises daily.

Group 2: were asked to do kegel exercises daily, plus have a sexual activity induced orgasm, either alone or with a partner.

(We know, we all want to be part of group 2)


Over the course of 6 months, the women's pelvic floor muscle strength, ability to relax the pelvic floor, and sexual function were assessed. The study found that the group of women who had sexually induced orgasms along with Kegel's exercises had significantly better sexual function and ability to relax the pelvic floor muscles than the group who only did Kegel's exercises.

And by the end of the study, the group that had sexually induced orgasms had significantly stronger pelvic floor muscles during voluntary contractions than the other group.


Great news for orgasm fans everywhere!


It's important to note that this was a small study, so more research is needed to confirm the results. But it's exciting to think that something as simple as having a great time by yourself or with your partner could help improve your pelvic floor issues and enhance your sexual function.

So, if you're experiencing pelvic floor issues, don't worry, it’s a completely normal part of life (particularly post-childbirth). A little fun in the bedroom is just what the doctor ordered!


Now… where do we sign up for the next round of research…



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