Disclaimer

I’m not putting this in small print, because it’s really common sense. You have to take care of yourself, right? Pelvic floor muscle training can benefit many women in many ways. However, the specific results I have experienced by doing the Kegel Queen pelvic floor workout, and those of the women quoted here, may not be typical and may not be experienced by every woman. Every woman’s body, genetic makeup, and health history are unique. The results you get with the Kegel Queen program are dependent on the energy you put into the program, as well as your individual anatomy and physiology, pelvic floor nerve or muscle damage you may have experienced, the type and severity of incontinence you have had, and other factors. If you don’t try it, you won’t get the benefits. If you’re not happy, you get a full refund! Please consult a health care provider if you have pelvic organ prolapse or significant sexual dysfunction, or if you have urinary incontinence that is severe, has appeared suddenly, or has suddenly become worse. Medical intervention may be indicated for some women. All Kegel Queen informational material, including the material presented on this web site, is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute medical advice and is not a substitute for medical advice or other medical care. I can help you learn the right way to do your kegels. And you’re the only one who can take care of you.