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Kegel & Pelvic Exercisers

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Kegel and pelvic exercises are recommended for strengthening the pelvic floor muscles in an effort to delay and possibly prevent pelvic organ prolapse. The exercises tone the pelvic floor muscles and make the vagina tighter. A woman simply practices contracting the vagina.

Though most commonly used by women, men can also use kegel and pelvic exercises. They are used to strengthen the pubococcygeal muscle and other muscles of the pelvic diaphragm. Kegels can help men achieve stronger erections and gain greater control over ejaculation.

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Ben Wa Balls - Ben Wa Balls were made to enhance sexual stimulation and to exercise the kegel muscles. Still popular to this day, Ben Wa Balls have been one of women's favorite items to use. Try them while riding the bus, during intercourse, taking walks, or secretly while working.

Duotone Balls - Duotone balls are essentially Ben Wa Balls with an added vibrating feature. If you are already familiar with Ben Wa Balls, then you will enjoy using Duotone Balls as well. To use Duotone Balls, you just insert them into the vagina and go on with your daily tasks.

Female Pumps - Female pumps increase blood flow and create a whole new sexual sensation. If you have trouble reaching orgasm a clitoral or vaginal pump may help by increasing the blood flow and sensitivity to the erogenous area.

Graduated Balls - Get maximum stimulation and the feeling of fullness in the vagina that you crave with Graduated Balls. They consist of 3 balls of different size connected by a nylon string with a retrieval loop for easy removal. Insert the Graduated balls into your vagina or anus; you can leave them in for a few hours at a time as you enjoy the stimulation.

Pelvic Exercisers - The whole process of pelvic exercising becomes easy and comfortable with our range of pelvic exercisers.