Kegel exercises were originally created to help women strengthen their PC muscles, to help stop urinary incontinence after childbirth, when the PC muscle has been stretched out. The Kegel exercise turns out, has sexual benefits also.
Since female ejaculate originates and emanates from the urethra, the fluid is mixed with a little pee. Men cannot pee and ejaculate at the same time. When a man is about to ejaculate, the opening to the bladder closes, making peeing impossible.
A woman on the other hand, is able to ejaculate and pee at the same time. Frequently that feeling of peeing and oncoming orgasm are confused. Pee before any sexual activity – you want to think about G-gasms and ejaculations, not peeing.
Kegel exercises are a good way to help control the peeing/ejaculating problem. Spend about a month training your muscles. This has the added benefit of greatly increasing the intensity of your orgasms, as the vaginal muscles become very strong with repeated Kegel exercises.
These exercises strengthen a set of muscles known as the pubococcygeus or PC muscles. They are the muscles that both men and women use to stop the flow of urine. They are also the same muscles that contract and expand during orgasm.
Ladies, There are three reasons you should do your Kegel exercises.
First, a strong PC muscle will help you overcome the “have to pee” feeling during the G-gasm Method.
Second, with the PC muscle stretched out, less of the vagina and G-spot area is in direct contact with the penis and therefore receives less stimulation – less fun for you and the man.
Thirdly, a well-toned PC muscle will give you a powerful ejaculation. Keep the PC muscle exercised with Kegels – you will have greater blood flow to this area, and the greater ability to become aroused and feel sexual pleasure.
The great thing about doing Kegel exercises is that no one knows you are doing them, do them while driving, standing in line at the bank, etc. While you can do all sorts of variations, the basic Kegel exercises are:
Contract your PC muscles. Hold initially for a count of five; build up gradually to a count of twenty. Repeat ten times and practice daily. Like with all muscles you are better off building the PC muscle slowly and regularly.
You can also add quick Kegels, contracting and releasing the muscle for ten seconds. Relax for a few moments and then do it again.
Try a “rolling” Kegel with your PC muscle, squeeze only at the entrance to your vagina initially, and then rolling the contraction up the length of your vagina and back down.