Some women wonder if they’re doing them correctly (there aren’t many hands-on how-to explanations), while others simply forget to do them during the course of a busy day.
So what about a device that does them for you?
The Kegelcisor from Gaiam (a company focusing on mind-body health) is a stainless steel, specially shaped device that automatically causes your pubococcygeus (PC) muscles to correctly contract because of its cool temperature.
I’d be interested to hear from a doctor or mid-wife on this one. Strengthening your pelvic floor is the most important way to keep everything tight and working — especially keeping your organs in place — and they’re easy enough to do discreetly. On the couch. Watching Parenthood. But I wonder exactly how many women are doing kegel exercises wrong, and who would prefer a device like the Kegelcisor?
Would you ever use this?