Ideally, women should be doing regular Kegal exercises. Whether it’s before or after child birth, it’s best to maintain a regular Kegal exercise routine.
Many women report that Kegal exercises don’t work; however, many women don’t do them properly. It’s easy to learn, and I’m going to explain just how:
- Squeeze the vaginal muscles (the same ones used to stop the stream of urine)
- Hold for a slow count of ten seconds
- Relax for a count of five seconds
Do 5 sets three times each day!
You should notice results in 3-4 weeks.