It’s known that women with bladder leakage have also been told to engage in Kegel exercises. However, did you know that men with bladder leaks problems can also benefit from these exercised that strengthen the muscles of their pelvic floor? In fact, Kegel exercises can help men with urinary or fecal incontinence. For men wanting to do these exercises, they should learn the muscles they need to strengthen, practice, focus when doing the exercises and try to perform them three times a day.

Key Takeaways:

  • Kegel exercises make the pelvic floor stronger, leading to fewer bladder leaks.
  • Men can do Kegel exercises but first, they must discover the correct muscle and practice holding it.
  • Stay focused doing kegel exercises and perform them at least three times a day to prevent bladder leaks.

“Strong pelvic floor muscles help prevent leaks because they support the uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum.”

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