hey...me and my husband are trying to have a baby..immediately after intercourse i have been doing KEGEL exercise thinking that it will help sperms propel towards cervix...but now i read somewhere that Kegel exercise should not be done after sex while trying to conceive....my ovulation days are over but i did Kegel exercise after every intercourse....will it affect my chance of getting pregnant this cycle? please help...
Kegels exercises tone and strengthen your vaginal muscles, boosting your arousal. They cause a tighter grip during intercourse and more intense contractions during orgasm since more blood gets sent to your below the waist region.Kegels exercises should not affect your chances of conceiving. You may continue having sex during your fertile days. For more queries and assistance visit a gynecologist. Hope it helps.
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