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Marie Claire Magazine

Marie Claire® magazine chooses the Kegelmaster as the number one most effective tool for the enhancement of female sexual responsiveness and the increase in frequency, strength, duration and overall satisfaction of the female orgasm.

Marie Claire® had real women evaluate and rate the best sex tool. The overwhelming majority of the women in our study chose the Kegelmaster for women with an average 94% overall satisfaction rating.

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Marie Claire® Chooses Kegelmaster Number One

The Kegelmaster can dramatically increase a woman's enjoyment of sexual intercourse and improve the quality of her life and overall sexual wellbeing.

Marie Claire Chooses the Kegelmaster for the Best Female Orgasm Ever!Marie Claire Chooses the Kegelmaster for the Best Female Orgasm Ever!
Article "You Can Train Your Vagina To Be More Orgasmic!"
by Karen J. Bannan, Howard I. Glazer, Ph.D
January issue of Marie Claire® magazine.

You Can Train Your Vagina to be More Orgasmic

We had real women evaluate and rate the best sex tool. The Kegelmaster was chosen Number One and determined to be the most effective Kegel exerciser in helping a women achieve more frequent, stronger, longer lasting and more satisfying total body orgasm.

The overwhelming majority of the women in our study chose the Kegelmaster Kegel Exerciser with an average 94% overall satisfaction rating.

When it is in top physical shape the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle A.K.A. the "love muscle" helps you have strong and lasting orgasms. But with age, pregnancy, and even lack of sex, this pelvic muscle can weaken. Women have long used Kegel exercises (repeated contracting and releasing, as if to stop the flow of urine) to help, but the truth is, they're not enough.

"The Kegelmaster has been shown to be the most effective in reconditioning weakened or damage pelvic floor muscles and increasing a woman's enjoyment of sexual intercourse, heighten and increase frequency of the female orgasm."

"Many women who do self-guided Kegels don't improve because they don't do them correctly" says Howard I Glazer Ph.D a NYC-based psychologist who specializes in pelvic-floor muscle diagnosis and rehabilitation.

Dr Arnold Kegel originally designed the Kegel exercises for use with a resistance device to ensure their effectiveness. Here women try our PC-toning tools. To see if their muscles got stronger, we measured them before and after with biofeedback - but the real proof is in the participant's improvement in orgasms.

 
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Vaginal pain or bleeding during sexual intercourse can be a symptom of a more serious medical condition. If you are experiencing pain during sexual intercourse you should discuss this with your doctor, physician, a gynecologist, uro-gynecologist or other medical professional. You should not engage in sexual activity with or without a device that causes excessive vaginal pain or bleeding. Use of some vaginal products including Kegel exercisers, vibrators, vaginal stimulators and other vaginal toys may cause some spotting (vaginal bleeding) but should not cause excessive pain or excessive vaginal bleeding.

For more information on the topic of vaginal pain and bleeding during sexual intercourse and other medical conditions associated with vaginal pain, bleeding and painful sexual intercourse click here; Reduce Pain During Sexual Intercourse and Vaginal Penetration ».

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