I wonder if it has been discussed here, but these two guys (a physiotherapist and a specialist nurse) indicate that kegeling is not just kegeling, however, 3 parts of the pelvic floor are players in that game: The part that feels around the anus, the part that feels "in the middle" (the perineum) and the part which kind of "clamps" the penis. (Or should clamp it ...)
And actually it is especially by controlling the 2 last ones you will gain control of urination.
Anyway: kegeling is not just one forcefull tightening down there, you must know the difference between these 3 parts of the pelvic floor.
The interesting part in the long video you'll find (imo) from 4:40 to about
(I am not sure that these links will work as written here, so I write them below once more for copy-pasting
PSA preOP 6,5 - 6 - 5,5
Diagnosed: end of January 2017
Gleason preOP (biopsy) 3+5 = 8
RP (robot-guided) 2-28-17
Prostate 96 g. Cancer totally contained. Clean margins. (Happy!).
Gleason adj. to 3+4 = 7
Cath out 3-10-17
Dry at night, dry sitting, am in the proces of learning when and how to kegel to avoid dripping when walking, rising etc ... That involves a good deal of mental energy.
Post Edited (MartinP) : 4/6/2017 6:14:08 AM (GMT-6)