Origin and Etymology of kegel exercises
First Known Use: 1975See Words from the same year
medical Definition of Kegel exercises
- Kegel exercises, which work the pelvic muscles and are often assigned after the delivery of a child, can be effective for stress incontinence.
- —Tracy L. Pipp, USA Today, 27 Jan. 1997
- … encourage him to continue doing Kegel exercises. Studies confirm that incontinence after prostate surgery may continue to improve for more than two years postsurgery.
- —Diane A. Smith, quoted in The Saturday Evening Post, 1 July 2009
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