Oh my goodness, gals. It is true. But, hold your giggles--what might sound laughable, actually could be a smart health and fitness tool for many women. Ladies, behold the vaginal dumbbell ...
Recently, when researching some information for a story about urinary incontinence in women (so sad, but did you know that one in four women over the age of 18 deals with some form of involuntary urine leakage?!), I came across an image that sort of startled me: a vaginal dumbbell. Really.
But, what sort of sounds (and looks) horrifying, may be a smart way for many women to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles, something that may help resolve incontinence issues. Medical-grade steel vaginal exercisers, like the one above, are often available via your doctor's office.
Kegals also help treat and prevent incontinence issues, so let's have a little refresher course, shall we? To do a proper Kegal, first locate the muscles that you would use to stop the flow of urine (for some women, it helpsRead More »from Health Trivia: Yes, There Is Such a Thing as a Dumbbell for Your Vagina