You often hear that older people must strengthen or exercise their pelvic floor, but we learn that pelvic floor health is very important to a functioning bladder and sex life. It’s never too early to work on your pelvic floor. Maybe those Kegels you've been doing since you were a teen contributed to back pain or incontinence. We learn proper Kegel techniques and ways to find out whether you should be loosening or strengthening your pelvic floor.
"How Healthy Is Your Pelvic Floor?" Quiz
Common...NOT Normal | Claire Baker | TEDxTauranga
How to save someone from a pelvic floor muscle attack | Heather Rader | TEDxLSSC
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