Kegel exercises help strengthen your pelvic muscles. You use your pelvic muscles when you urinate or have bowel movements. If these muscles are weak, you may leak urine or bowel movements.
You can do Kegels anywhere: while you sit at a desk, wait for a bus, wash dishes, drive a car, wait in line, or watch TV. No one will know you are doing them.
Here's how you do them:
You will probably have less leaking of urine after doing these exercises every day for 3 to 6 months. It is important to keep doing Kegels the rest of your life.