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If I am having a scheduled C-section, do I still have to do Kegel exercises?

I had an extremely difficult birth with my first child, and my doctor suggested a C-Section for this one, due 6/28. Do I still have to do the kegel exercises? I haven’t been doing them, should I step it up, or are they only necessary for vaginal birth?

All women should do them, not just those anticipating a vaginal delivery.

At the very least, they are useful for sex. Trust me, you learn to do them well, and your husband will thank you for it!

"Women will see increased vaginal strength and control and men should see increased ejaculation strength and increased sexual stamina. Both genders will see greatly increased pleasure during intercourse and more intense, longer lasting orgasms."

"A fitter, well-toned pelvic floor will almost certainly increase sexual pleasure for you and your partner and it can dramatically improve your sexual confidence. The physiological reasons for the improvement go far beyond the increased tactile sensations resulting from a tighter vagina.
Kegel exercises create an increase in pelvic vascularity which means more blood flow and more veins in the pelvic region. This will increase your awareness of the clitoral and vaginal sensations that lead to orgasm. Any stronger muscle will contract more powerfully than would a flabby muscle, and hence the likelihood of stronger orgasms is much higher with stronger PC muscles."


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4 Responses to “If I am having a scheduled C-section, do I still have to do Kegel exercises?”

  1. Kitten H Says:

    I didn’t do Kegel’s even with my first pregnancy and had a vaginal birth with no problems. Kegel’s are still good to do if you feel like they will help with any sort of bladder incontinence you may have currently, but otherwise if you are getting a C-section, don’t wear yourself out :D
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    Mommy of 1
    #2 Due May 28th

  2. Mommy 2 ANT Says:

    NO, Kegels are to strengthen your uterus and vaginal muscles to make you stretch better and not "tear" durring natural childbirth. So you don’t have to worry about it with a C-section.
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  3. housemom01 Says:

    Kegel exercises are good for all women weather having a baby or not.
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  4. L S Says:

    I don’t see the point in doing Kegels if you know you’re having a C-section since they’re supposed to strengthen your pelvic floor for a vaginal birth. Personally, I think they’re a load of hooey anyway to make you feel like you’re doing something to make your delivery easier. I’ve yet to see any valid scientific studies proving that they actually work. Can’t hurt anything to do them though, I suppose. I didn’t do them with my first and my son was born vaginally with no problems.
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    Kegelmaster Instructions

    Make sure you lubricate the vaginal area with a water soluble natural lubricant and lubricate the Kegelmaster at the tip. Place the Kegelmaster between your thighs, insert the unit into your vaginal opening until it is firmly in place. You will notice this when the Kegelmaster feels much smaller and locks into place.

    Grasp your Kegelmaster firmly, you are now ready for your initial adjustment!! This is done by turning the knob at the top of the Kegelmaster counterclockwise - until the knob is no longer touching the top of the Kegelmaster and until you feel a slight pressure. This should not be uncomfortable.

    NOTE: If the knob is at the top of the Kegelmaster and you don't feel any pressure from the Kegelmaster putting resistance against the vaginal muscles, then you will have to add another spring. If you have the right tension, squeeze down against the Kegelmaster. If you are easily able to clamp down with your vaginal muscles completely for thirty reps (closings), remove the unit from your vagina and change the position of the spring, moving forward one pin (see Power Spring Combinations). If you are still able to easily close down all the way, for thirty reps - after insertion, then you must move the single spring back to the rear pin (1) and add a spring to the next forward pin (2), then repeat the process.

    Power Spring Combinations:

    1,2,3,4, 1*2, 1*3, 1*4, 2*4, 3*4, 1*2*3, 1*2*4, 1*3*4, 2*3*4, 1*2*3*4

    The ideal spring tension is determined by one's ability to close the Kegelmaster at the beginning of the exercise and become unable to close it completely at the end of 30 reps. This is not hard to do and it is a lot of fun to see how many of the springs you can squeeze for 30 reps, having difficulty with the last five. The exercise sequence starts with 3 sets of 30 reps daily. With each rep you attempt complete closure of the Kegelmaster, pausing in between each set of 30 reps for 3-5 seconds. It is recommended to work up to 6 sets of 30 reps a minimum of 3 times a week. An individual may do more sets, but it is not advisable to exceed 30 reps. A final fatigue of the muscle until the last rep is performed with very little vaginal movement is your goal. When you are finished, close the device before removing! Gently close the device, tighten the knob and slowly remove the Kegelmaster.

    Ideally, use the kegel exerciser twice a day, morning and evening. For women with prolapse, it is recommended to use the Kegelmaster in the morning to start with.

    For prolapse or any other medical condition, please consult your doctor before purchasing the Kegelmaster.

    The Kegelmaster is cleared and deemed effective by the FDA as a medical device for incontinence.

    We in no way intend to diagnose, treat or make any medical claims about the Kegelmaster.

    Cleaning the Kegelmaster is simple. Use an anti-bacterial cleaner after each use. Open device, remove springs, and use a small brush to reach all areas of the Kegelmaster. Dry and store for the next use.