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Improve Bladder Control and Achieve Better Orgasms by using a New Device

July 5, 2013

AmazingKegelmaster Announces the Kegelmaster: The End to All Common Vaginal Health Problems

(PRWEB) July 05, 2013

For a variety of reasons vaginal muscles and pelvic floor muscles can weaken in some women and the following common problems ensue:

1. The loss of bladder control (incontinence)

2. Episodes of urinary urgency (overactive bladder)

3. Vaginal prolapse

4. Sexual dissatisfaction

The many women who suffer with these problems know they are no laughing matter. Performing simple daily tasks often provide embarrassing moments. Establishing a regular and appropriate exercise routine can help alleviate many of these issues and symptoms.

What is a kegel Exercise?

In 1948, Dr. Arnold Kegel, a Southern California gynecologist, developed an exercise program to help the women in his practice deal with postpartum incontinence. These exercises, dubbed kegels in honor of the good doctor, focus on the muscles of the vagina and the pelvic floor that support the rectum, urethra as well as the vagina.

New device helps target hard to isolate muscles

Kegel exercises are meant to develop and maintain the pelvic floor muscles but isolating and targeting these muscles isn’t as easy as many think. The Kegelmaster is a device designed to help women achieve better results with their exercising efforts. Based on the exercise concepts that Dr. Kegel pioneered, the Kegelmaster uses progressive dynamic resistance to strengthen these hard to target muscle groups.

Made in the USA with medical grade ABS plastic and surgical stainless steel, the Kegelmaster is approved by the FDA as a medical device for stress and urge incontinence in women. Already available in Canada and the US, the Kegelmaster can now be found online at: http://www.amazingkegelmaster.com

Improved sexual experience

Because this device has the ability to help with lack of vaginal tightness, using Kegelmaster has other advantages; many women report reduced menstrual cramps, stronger orgasms and improved sexual experience.

For more information about Kegel exercise routines and Kegelmaster visit: http://www.amazingkegelmaster.com

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