Here is My Question:
I have been diagnosed with MS and have lost bladder control and the ability to achieve erections. Can I get back bladder control and erections through kegel exercises without medication?
Kegel exercises strengthen pelvic floor muscles in men and women to help improve control of urination and there are some who believe the exercises may improve erections in men. Without knowing the details of your case, it is hard for me to know if Kegel exercises will help, but they certainly can’t hurt. I suspect that you, like most people with MS, need to do Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles as much as possible and judiciously use appropriate medical therapy for these problems. You can find instructions for learning to do Kegel exercises on this web site CLICK HERE. If you can not learn to do Kegel exercises, discuss this further with your MS specialist or urologist.
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