WebMD Article Claims Kegels Don't Help E.D.
I didn’t see anything in search about this, but I may have missed it. Hopefully this thread will get moved to the Sexual Health forum or something.
I was just reading this WebMD article, and was surprised by their claim:
“6. Don’t rely on Kegels.
One form of exercise that doesn’t seem helpful is Kegel exercises, which involve repeatedly contracting and relaxing the muscles in the pelvis. Kegels can be helpful for men and women suffering from incontinence. But there’s no evidence that they prevent erectile dysfunction.”
In all my time researching this, I have never heard such a claim. Has anyone else heard this, or agree with it? It’s really annoying that they throw out facts like this that go against conventional wisdom, but don’t site their sources.