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Vaginal Exercisers Ben Wa Balls

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Description

For centuries, Ben Wa Balls have helped women ensure they’re exercising their vaginal walls and bladder muscles in a way that will positively impact sexual arousal and restore and maintain vaginal elasticity.

  • Ben Wa Balls help tone and strengthen the pubococcygeus or “PC” muscles, which form the floor of the pelvis.
  • You’ll really make the most of your Kegels.
  • Stronger PC muscles help promote bladder control. No more running off to the bathroom every 15 minutes.
  • Our Ben Wa Balls have a durable, silver-plated design.
  • Each Ben Wa Ball weighs 22g
  • 2.25″

To use ben wa balls, lie on a bed or a couch, and insert one ben wa ball into your vagina. Try squeezing your PC muscles to hold the ball inside for several minutes. Try several different types of squeezes, including quick flutter holds and long holds. Do these Kegel exercises for several minutes over a period of a few weeks. Once you can comfortably perform them lying down, try doing the same exercises standing up. Once you’ve mastered this, do the same progression (lying down, then standing up) with two ben wa balls.

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