Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercise

[key-guhl, kee-]
Often, Kegel exercises. exercise performed to strengthen the pubococcygeus and other muscles of the pelvic floor, in order to control incontinence, improve sexual response, etc.
Also called Kegel.

named after Arnold H. Kegel (1894–1981), American gynecologist Unabridged
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Kegel exercises (ˈkɛɡəl)
pl n
Also called: pelvic-floor exercises exercises for rehabilitating the pelvic-floor muscles of women suffering stress incontinence, esp after childbirth
[C20: named after A. H. Kegel, US gynaecologist]

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