The Relationship Among Female Orgasm, Clitoris & The Pelvic Floor Muscles

We think that everyone should know about the relationship among female orgasm, clitoris & the pelvic floor muscles. If you do not know about the relationship, we created a quick PDF guide for you!

According to statistics, it is estimated that one in three women suffer from urinary incontinence in their lifetime. That means that 1 in 3 women pees their pants on accident. Weakened pelvic floor muscles can cause problems like urinary incontinence, less sensitivity during sex (or leaks during sex), and prolapse.

Stress incontinence occurs when the pelvic floor muscles weaken from strain or inactivity. The weakened muscles allow your organs to shift from their natural position by gravity to putting weight directly on top of the bladder. This extra weight is sometimes greater than the bladder’s muscles’ ability to hold the urine in your bladder.

Perineal re-education sounds like something out of a textbook you would skim over, but it’s actually one of the most helpful things a new mother can do. The perineum is that little space between your vagina and anus and it refers primarily to the pelvic floor and bladder muscles.

Yarlap is a pelvic floor trainer that does the kegel exercise for you. With its AutoKegel technology, you just insert the stimulator, choose a program from the Yarlap unit, and sit back and relax. Yarlap will stimulate the pelvic floor muscle gently, which strengthens the muscle over time.

The variety in orgasms that arise from clitoral stimulation alone and from non-genital stimulation (e.g., erotic thoughts, nipple play, anal stimulation, etc.) suggest the female orgasm is highly variable and not necessarily by an erect penis into a vagina.

You can read more about this in our PDF: 

The Female Orgasm, Clitoris & Pelvic Floor Muscles

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