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What is a perineometer?

A perineometer measures intra-vaginal pressure, contractions of the pelvic floor muscles.

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Arnold Kegel was the gynecologist who invented the perineometer and Kegel exercies (squeezing of the muscles of the pelvic floor). He observed that the female pelvic floor muscles are significantly weaker following childbirth. During a gynaecological exam, a pelvic floor assessment may aid in identifying women with risk of genital prolaps or urinary incontinence, as well as fascial defects of the pelvic floor.

For the treatment of urinary incontinence and strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles, women can use a perineometer and pelvic floor exercises. There are many available for purchase on the web, but please ask your doctor for advice and recommendations before purchasing.

Did you know...

The use of a perineometer may also help the issue of premature ejaculation in men?

Ask your doctor for more information.
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