Our expert says:
What sounds to be quite significant in this equation is that you can't stop the flow of urine using Kegels - I'm wondering whether you have in fact found the correct muscles. Try the following website: www.sexuality.about.com/od/anatomyresponse/ht/kegelswomen.htm
If you don't notice any difference, then perhaps you need to have this assessed if not only for sexual pleasure/sensation, but also to prevent urinary incontinence later in life... There are physiotherapists who specialise in this work, a colleague of mine in Cape Town (www.pelvicfunction.co.za/) does such work and may know of professionals in your area if not in Cape Town....
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