Medical study on Kegels vs ED & venous leaks

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    "Surgery was not superior to the pelvic floor training programme either subjectively or objectively. Moreover, a significant improvement was found following the training programme; 42% were satisfied with the outcome and refused surgery. Pelvic floor exercise is a realistic alternative to surgery in patients with mild degrees of venous leakage. Pelvic floor exercise is a realistic alternative to surgery in patients with mild degrees of venous leakage."

    The above quote is from an interesting medical study from 1993 showing that pelvic floor exercises (Kegels) gave significant improvement to men suffering from proven venous leakage- to the degree that 42% of these men declined any corrective surgery! Pelvic floor exercise versus surgery in the treatment of impotence.
     
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