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6 Tips For A MUCH Better Orgasm

All orgasms aren’t created equal. While some involve life-changing, earthquake-inducing vibrations, others provide only a tiny and forgettable blip of excitement. But, no woman should settle for an orgasm that’s less than, well, orgasmic. Ahead, six strategies to take your climax to an out-of-this-world level. Be A Little Selfish “Having a good orgasm is directly…

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The Orgasm Game Changer?

It’s a “trip to the gym for your pelvic floor” — and a potential revolution for female pleasure. “There are plenty of people who think their orgasms are perfectly fine,” Dr. Lauren Streicher, associate clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University’s Medical School, says with a sweet smile. “Until they experience one on…

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Intensity –Improves Women’s Sexual Function by Exercising the Pelvic Floor

BROOKFIELD, WI (September 12, 2013):  According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, 43 percent of women experience sexual issues such as low sexual desire, vaginal dryness, orgasmic dysfunction, difficulty maintaining arousal, and painful intercourse at some point in their lives. Women who are postpartum, menopausal, and the aging population can experience weak pelvic…

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Coping with Urinary Incontinence

A U.S medical study citing a recent survey sheds light on the issue of stress incontinence and the way American women deal with this uncomfortable and embarrassing condition. In the United States, an estimated 18 million people suffer with daily urinary incontinence, and another 34 million feel the need to urinate with increasing urgency and…

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Pour Moi Introduces Apex – The First Automatic Kegel Exerciser Helping Women Strengthen the Pelvic Floor

BROOKFIELD, WI (August 22, 2013):  Pour Moi, LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of InControl Medical, announces the launch of Apex, the first automatic pelvic floor (kegel) exerciser. Kegel exercises are the first line of treatment for over 20 million women in the U.S. suffering from unexpected bladder leakage due to coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercise…

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