Working the muscles beyond the pelvic floor may also help combat erectile dysfunction a study published in the american journal of cardiology indicates that aerobic exercise may help improve ed. Objective to examine the role of pelvic floor exercises as a way of restoring erectile function in men with erectile dysfunction patients and methods in all 55 men aged 20 years who had experienced erectile dysfunction for or 6 months were recruited for a randomized controlled study with a . The pelvic floor is made up of the sling shaped muscles which run from the pubic bone to the base of the spine supporting the bladder bowel and uterus in women and the bladder and bowel in men. Kegel exercises require the exerciser to tighten and release his pelvic floor muscle essentially performing a resistance training exercise to work that specific area the pelvic floor muscle runs through the pelvis connecting the pubic bone to the tailbone. Thisis the first time that erectile dysfunction has been associatedwith post micturition dribble due to poor pelvic floor musculature the discussion covering each aspect of the trial adds knowledgeto a poorly researched subject
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