Sign me up. Now, how do I use Kegel balls?
Inserting Kegel balls is a fairly straightforward process. If you’ve used a tampon or a period cup, you’ve got the idea.
If you do find the process a bit of struggle, that’s okay. You can use one of our personal lubricants to assist you.
Confused as to how to get Kegel balls out? Well, they generally have a small string loop attached, so you can gently remove them with a light pull. Again, much like a tampon.
But, how do I know if I’m using Kegel balls right?
Now that we’ve covered some of the more technical aspects, it’s time to talk about how to use Kegel balls so that you’re actually improving your pelvic floor strength.
Kegel balls aren’t really much use to you when you’re sitting at your desk, and if you’re wondering if you can sleep with Kegel balls in, that would probably be unhelpful.
Kegel balls work best when you exercise with them, particularly when you’re doing exercises targeted at strengthening your pelvic floor.
When it comes to how long you can leave in Kegel weights, it varies from person to person, but you should start off slow (5-15 min), and build up your tolerance over time.
The same goes for how long it takes for Kegel weights for work, it depends on the person, but generally people see results after 12 weeks of regular use.
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