• Kegel balls won't stay in!

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    Mrs Grey [sign in to see picture]
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    Stupid question time!!

    I've had some of the Tracey Cox pink kegel balls for four years or so. Used thema lot in 2012/3, where I'd keep them in all day. Anyway, I put them in this morning & they kept on falling out!! I know I put them in correctly so why is my pussy not keeping them in place?

    Any advice much welcomed! xxx

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    VirginAngel [sign in to see picture]
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    Sounds like they're either too big or too small.

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    Vanessa8 [sign in to see picture]
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    Are you clenching to hold them in?

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    The Odd Couple [sign in to see picture]
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    Time for the classic clench/release/repeat pelvic floor exercises. Good for numerous things.

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    Have you given birth meanwhile?

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    Mrs Grey [sign in to see picture]
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    No, not given birth (did have an ectopuc pregnancy a couple of years ago though but can't imagine that would affect it).

    I had a coil fitted a year ago, but not sure if that could affect it.

    I've been going to gym for the last couple of months (it's wonderful as there's tons of eye candy!!) and been doing weights etc. to strengthen my core. I don't think my pelvic floor has strengthened that much at all though

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    Lovebirds_x [sign in to see picture]
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    Do you have a trainer helping you with your technique with the weights? Weight lifting can put a strain on your pelvic floor, usually heavier weights but really it only has to be heavy relative to your strength to have an impact (or so my PT claimed). As far as I know it can't strengthen it either, hence why we are instructed by doctors to do kegals not lift weights. I could be wrong. But it definitely sounds like you need to get back into a kegal routine to get back to being able to wear that set comfortably :)

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    Mrs Grey [sign in to see picture]
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    Yes, I've got a PT now. I'll have to mention it to her & see what she says ;-)

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