Are there any risks in using Kegel Balls?
Kegel Balls are designed to have the least amount of risk but if in any case you experience discomfort, you should stop using it and seek a pelvic physiotherapist to Check and see if there are any problems.
Oftentimes, the discomfort can be tied to having an overactive pelvic floor — which means that it is not good a relaxing, leading to it always clenching and frightening up and the consequence to which is pain when having sex or inserting objects like sex toys.
Should someone young in their early 20's use them?
Yes! Studies show that teenagers and women in their mid-20s can have issues with their urinary tract and bowel movement so using Kegel Balls is an effective treatment option.
On the other hand, if you just want to practice having that famed gorilla grip, then you can definitely use these too for practice!
We'd like to recommend a few for you!
First, the Strength N' Love Kegel Ball Set – which comes in vibrant purple and can serve as a good introduction to using them for your pelvic health.
Or if you're looking for one with a slimmer shape, then the Bluebell is perfect for you! It comes in this cute teal shade and resembles more of a teardrop shape so it's easier to slide inside your anus.
But if you're feeling frisky, then the Freezer Ben Wa Ball Remote Control Set is the one for you because these come with a metal finish and remote control which is designed to exercise your pelvis in preparation for anal play or pregnancy!
Can Kegels help for prolapse?
Definitely! Using Kegel Balls can help treat pelvic floor dysfunction but bear in mind that usage of these come with a few risks such as wanting to push the balls out or having a hard time pushing them out. So collaborate with your physiotherapist to find the best way to incorporate them into your treatment!
Do you know if you can use them when pregnant?
While we want to confidently say yes, we highly encourage you to check with your physiotherapist first before using Kegel Balls.
What are the benefits before pregnancy?
Kegels Balls can help you with pregnancy by stabilizing your pelvic floor! Consistent practice will help prepare it for carrying a baby and decrease the risk of dysfunction.
On the other hand, practicing with Kegel Balls can also help you master when to clench and unclench around your partner's cock or a dildo. You'll have the power to squeeze a delicious moan out of each other!