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Pain during sex, erection difficulties, trouble reaching orgasm, premature ejaculation? Pelvic floor problems may be the cause. Learn how to keep your pelvic muscles healthy.

The Pelvic Floor And Your Sex Life

Having a healthy pelvic floor is crucial for sexual functioning. Explore pelvic floor health with these sex education videos.

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The Pelvic Floor And Sexual Dysfunction

Pelvic floor physical therapy can help with a range of sex challenges. Learn how pelvic floor issues can be an underlying cause of sexual dysfunction.

Pelvic Floor Facts: Did You Know?


The pelvic floor plays a critical role in orgasms, ejaculation, bowel function, bladder control, and childbirth.


A “tight” pelvic floor is not actually a good thing: you want healthy muscles that can both contract and relax.


To work it out, try kegels — an exercise developed by Dr. Arnold Kegel that helps urinary incontinence and strengthens orgasms.


Vaginismus is when the vaginal muscles spasm painfully with penetration. A pelvic floor physical therapist can help.


Like a trampoline, your pelvic floor is a flexible surface. If it’s too tight or loose, work that thing out!


Sales of kegel balls (aka ben wa balls) spiked around the world after they were featured in Fifty Shades Of Grey.

Pelvic Floor (noun)

/pɛlvɪk flɔr/

The pelvic floor is a sling of muscles in the base of the pelvis that supports the organs inside. These muscles wrap around the urethra, vagina, and anus. A healthy pelvic floor is important for being able to achieve orgasm, and for having control over your ejaculation. Pelvic floor issues may also underpin erection difficulties and pain during sex. A pelvic floor physical therapist can help with exercises to strengthen and tone this valuable group of muscles.

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