To do kegel exercises, follow these simple steps:

 

1. Find the right muscles: To do kegel exercises, you need to locate the muscles that control your urine flow. You can do this by stopping urination midstream or by tightening the muscles that keep you from passing gas.

 

2. Contract your pelvic floor muscles: Once you have identified the muscles, contract them for 5 seconds. You should feel a tightening sensation in your pelvic area.

 

3. Relax your muscles: After contracting your pelvic floor muscles, relax them for 5 seconds.

 

4. Repeat: Repeat the exercise for 10-15 times, three times a day.

 

Remember, it takes time to build up your pelvic floor muscles, so be patient and consistent with your kegel exercises. Over time, you'll see improvement in bladder control and sexual function.