Kegel exercisers go by many names: Kegel balls; ben wa balls; geisha balls; jiggle balls; pelvic exerciser. However, all of these sex toys for women do the exact same thing: strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
The pelvic floor is a powerful set of muscles that works with your back and abs to hold up your core. These muscles support your uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum. They affect the vaginal opening, the uretha (and bladder control) and sphincter muscle.
A toned PC (short for pubococcygeus) muscle, situated at the pelvic floor, is essential for pleasure and can lead to stronger orgasms.
Your pelvic floor also plays an important role in supporting your pregnancy and childbirth. Unfortunately, both childbirth and/or natural aging can weaken you PC muscle. This can cause incontinence and the inability to experience orgasms.
Kegel exercises make the pelvic floor tighter for more intense orgasms as well as improves your vaginal health. Pelvic floor exercise and weight-resistance training with a Kegel exercise device is the best way to strengthen your pelvic floor.
There are two types of Kegel exercisers:
Non-vibrating Kegel exercisers are also called Kegel balls and Ben Wa Balls. After inserted, your pelvic muscles have to be strong enough to hold them inside your body.
We recommend only using Kegel balls with an attached string for easy removal.
Vibrating Kegel exercisers add an extra layer of stimulation thanks to the vibration. Some people experience an orgasm while using a vibrating Kegel exerciser.
Vaginal dilators are used in vaginal dilation therapy. Vaginal dilators help with painful sex due to menopause, cancer treatments, or vaginismus.
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