Information for men
The pelvic floor muscles form a broad muscular sling across the base of the pelvis. They help the closure mechanisms of the bladder and bowel and prevent urine, faecal and wind incontinence. They are also important muscles for sexual function and will help to maintain an erection.
Men of all ages can suffer from incontinence or erectile dysfunction. Daily exercises to improve pelvic floor muscle strength can help ease these symptoms.