What Is a Reverse Kegel, and Why Should I Do One

What Is A Reverse Kegel?

A reverse kegel is a contraction of the pelvic floor muscles during sexual activity. The term “kegel” comes from the fact that it involves the tightening or relaxing of the muscles around your bladder and bowel.

The purpose of performing a reverse kegel exercise is to increase blood flow to the area, which will result in increased urine production (peeing).

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