Kegel Magic

Lesly Federici

Lesly Federici is an experienced Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse (RN), She's been teaching childbirth education for over 15 years. She currently teaches Mindful Meditation to expectant couples. Lslynotes has been helping women globally prepare for childbirth online since 1998. Contact her, she'd love to hear from you!

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  1. Opal says:

    Hi Lesly,

    While I didn’t specifically practice Kegel exercises. I was already doing them in my workouts at home at the gym, they weren’t called ‘Kegel’s. Before I knew what Kegels were, I did purchase a Kegel exercise book, and after flipping through I said, “Oh, I’m doing these already!” I passed that book on to one of my pregnant pals.

    However for those who aren’t doing them, I’d definitely recommend starting since the exercises are extremely helpful during labor.

    The funny thing is, I was gearing up for figure competition, before I knew I was pregnant. I told my trainer if they had a pregnant lady category, I would have competed. I exercised throughout my pregnancy. I was sad that I had to stop using the dry sauna; It was a welcome treat after workouts. 😉

    You have lots of great information here, I’ve added you to my RSS feed, and will definitely pass your site along if/when I meet expectant mothers.
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    • Lesly says:

      Hi Opal! Wonderful to see you again! Thanks for sharing your story as it will help inspire other women to learn about and do them :-). I think the Kegels are overlooked and often forgotten, but so important to do not just during pregnancy and labor, but for life. Thank you for your kind words. I appreciate it.

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