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Not just for women: Kegel exercises good for men too

By: Matthew Solan, Executive Editor, Harvard Men's Health Watch Most exercises are considered gender neutral. Except for kegels — those exercises that strengthen pelvic floor muscles. They have long been tagged as “just for women,” but older men may be wise to reconsider as they can help with some common unpleasantries that can come with age. “Men can also have issues with these muscles, which can cause urinary leakage, bowel issues, and even erection…

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