Keeping the Kegel Balls In
You may have purchased some Ben Wal balls however the first time you inserted them, they came out! How do do you keep them from falling out?
It takes time and practice to strengthen those muscles. Great job on getting the Ben Wa Balls to improve your health! They have many long term benefits. Don’t put it off any longer — Kegel exercises are well worth the effort. They’ll help you reach orgasm more easily and feel it more intensely. And they’re easy to do anywhere, anytime.
Kegels tone and strengthen the pubococcygeal (PC) muscles — three sets of muscles that run like a hammock from your back to your pubic bone, encircling the openings to the vagina and the rectum. During orgasm, these muscles contract rhythmically. The stronger they are, the more intense the sensation. Another sex bonus: A woman with strong PCs can grasp her partner’s penis and heighten his sensations by contracting and releasing her muscles.
Always start off these exercises at home so that you dont have any “accidents” anywhere. You may want to insert them as you are lying down or leaning back first, Then clench as if you were holding in your pee. The balls are supposed to help you locate the correct muscles.
Locate the right muscles by stopping your urine stream the next time you’re in the bathroom. (Don’t routinely do Kegels while urinating or with a full bladder, though, because this can actually weaken the muscles.) You can also find your PC muscles by inserting a finger into your vagina and trying to squeeze your finger. Make sure you’re not tensing your thighs, buttocks, or anal muscles. Then try these exercises:
The basic Kegel: Slowly contract your muscles, drawing inward and upward. Hold for a count of three; then slowly relax for three seconds. Repeat as many times as you can, working up to 25 or 30 three-second squeezes.
Flutter Kegels: Squeeze and relax the PC muscle rapidly, in a pulsing motion. In the beginning aim for consistency of pulses, rather than speed; that will come with time and practice. Work up to 25 or 30 pulses.