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Decades of scientific research supports pelvic muscle exercises for boosting sexual performance, preventing the onset of erectile dysfunction, reducing premature ejaculation, and fostering urinary and prostate health.

Preventing & Reversing Erectile Dysfunction

    1. Adobe PDFDorey G, Speakman MJ, Feneley RC, et al: Pelvic floor exercises for erectile dysfunction. BJU Int. 2005; 96(4): 595-597 View Adobe PDF
    2. Adobe PDFDorey G: Randomised controlled trial of pelvic floor muscle exercises and manometric biofeedback for erectile dysfunction. Br. J. Gen Pract 2004; 54: 819-825 View Adobe PDF
    3. Adobe PDFSiegel A: Pelvic Floor Muscle Training in Males: Practical Applications. Urology 2014 View Adobe PDF
    4. Adobe PDFProta C, Gomes CM, Ribiero LHS, et al: Early postoperative pelvic-floor biofeedback improves erectile function in men undergoing radical prostatectomy: a prospective, randomized, controlled trial. Int J Impot Res 2012; 24: 174-178 View Adobe PDF
    5. Adobe PDFVan Kampen M, De Weerdt W, Claes H, et al: Treatment of erectile dysfunction by perineal exercise, electromyographic biofeedback, and electrical stimulation. Phys Ther 2003; 83(6): 536-543 View Adobe PDF
    6. Adobe PDFDorey G, Siegel A, Nelson P: The effect of a pelvic floor muscle training program using active and resisted exercises on male sexual function: a randomised controlled trial. View Adobe PDF

Boosting Sexual Performance

    1. Adobe PDFColpi GM, Negri L, Nappi RE, et al: Perineal floor efficiency in sexually potent and impotent men. Int J Impot Res 1999; 11(3): 153-7 View Adobe PDF
    2. Adobe PDFKawanishi Y, Kishimoto T, Kimura K, et al: Spring balance evaluation of the ischiocavernosus muscle. Int J Impot Res 2001; 13(5): 294-297 View Adobe PDF

Reducing Premature Ejaculation

    1. Adobe PDFLa Pera G, Nicastro A: A new treatment for premature ejaculation: the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor. J Sex & Marital Therapy 1996; 22(1): 22-26 View Adobe PDF
    2. Adobe PDFPastore AL, Palleschi G, Leto A, et al: A prospective randomized study to compare pelvic floor rehabilitation and dapoxetine for lifelong premature ejaculation. Int J Androl 2012; 35: 528-533 View Adobe PDF

Fostering Urinary & Prostate Health

  1. Adobe PDFDorey G: Pelvic floor exercises after radical prostatectomy. Brit J Nurs 2013; 22(9): Urology Supplement View Adobe PDF
  2. Adobe PDFRibiero LH, Prota C, Gomes CM, et al: Long-term effect of early postoperative pelvic floor biofeedback on continence in men undergoing radical prostatectomy: a prospective, randomized, controlled trial. J Urol 2010; 184: 1034-1039 View Adobe PDF
  3. Adobe PDFKegel, A: Progressive resistance exercise in the functional restoration of the perineal muscles. Am. J. Obst & Gyne 1948; 56: 238-248 View Adobe PDF
  4. Adobe PDFSiegel A: Pelvic Floor Muscle Training In Males: Practical Applications View Adobe PDF
  5. Adobe PDFRosenbaum TY: Pelvic floor involvement in male and female sexual dysfunction and the role of pelvic floor rehabilitation in treatment: a literature review. J Sex Med 2007; 4: 4-13 View Adobe PDF

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