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I recently discovered that pelvis floor muscle tightness can cause symptoms similar to that of BPH, namely urinary frequency, urgency, hesitancy, difficulty in starting, stop and go, as well as retention, and even ED. This problem occurs in men as well as women. I can't help but wondering if it's one of the reasons why some people underwent otherwise successful prostate surgery without significant results?
Does anyone out there have experiences with pelvis floor muscle relaxation exercises ? These exercises are sometimes referred as 'reverse kegels', as they are supposed to relax the pelvic floor muscles, to help one peeing better, while kegels will do the opposite, to strengthen the muscles. Kegels are used mainly to control incontinence, and can make peeing more difficult. What exercises did you use ? Any results ? Hank
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