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24 year old Male. How to perform Kegel exercise to improve my sexual life?

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24 year old Male. How to perform Kegel exercise to improve my sexual life?

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Dr. Amit Kumar

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iCliniq medical review team

Published At February 23, 2017
Reviewed AtFebruary 18, 2024

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I am 24 years old male. I weigh 43 kg and I have problem in having sex. How do I improve my sexual life?

Answered by Dr. Amit Kumar

Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

I would like to ask you a few questions. Since how long have you been suffering from this problem? What kind of sex problem do you have, erection problem or premature ejaculation? Do you have nightfall too? Is there any kind of stress in your life? Are you a smoker or non-smoker? Do have any kind or drug addiction Are you taking any medicines?

Well, it could be due to psychological reasons also.You are advised to:

  • Take nutritious diet.
  • Take tablet Neurobion one tablet daily for 15 days.

I also advise you to do Kegel exercise which will help you in getting intense and prolonged erection and prevent premature ejaculation(PE).

The Kegel Exercise:

Kegel Exercise is meant to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and treat premature ejaculation and impotency.

You can do this exercise anywhere in sitting position either in a class room, office, or even in a public place and nobody will come to know that you are doing it.

Before you start doing it, you must know the significance of this to the pelvic floor region.

Around anus there are a group of muscles know as pubo-coccygeus muscles which control our urination and defecation process.

We have to strengthen them by contracting and relaxing alternatively to achieve strong and intense erection of penis.

The Procedure :-

  • Concentrate towards the anus (the opening through which we pass stools) and contract it tight and hold the contraction for 5 seconds and then release. Repeat this exercise at least 10 times a day.
  • After 1 week, gradually increase the time of holding it in tight position from initial 5 seconds to 10 seconds. Gradual increasing the holding time, by which I mean, day by day you have to increase the duration of contraction of these muscles (by contracting anus) till you are able to tighten your anus and hold it for 10 seconds.

By doing this, your pelvic floor muscles will become strong and will help you in attaining an intense erection for a longer duration. You can strengthen these muscles and some other group of muscles also by doing this exercise, but in a different way:

  • This time you have to concentrate over the point which you use in passing or holding urine.
  • Imagine that you are holding the urine and feeling the contraction at the base of penis, contract and release at that point in the similar manner as told above for anus.

These two methods of contracting and relaxing pubo-coccygeus muscle will make them strong and will be helpful in improving your sex life.

Follow up with the required details to a sexologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/sexologist

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Dr. Amit Kumar
Dr. Amit Kumar

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