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About Kegel Balls
At OnBuy, we're proud to present you with a selection of simultaneously pragmatic and pleasurable kegel balls that'll give you an inner body work out, while letting you decide just how good it should feel.
From the likes of Easytoys, LELO and OVO, there are plenty of sleek styles and textured kegel balls to choose from, each guaranteed to get you in the mood. If you prefer cool and hard kegel balls, there are glass, metal and magnetic balls to get your pulse racing, alongside softer materials such as silicone.
What are kegel balls?
That's right, kegel balls (also commonly known as Ben Wa balls) are hollow balls that include a weight inside them, usually the size of a marble, and can be inserted inside the vagina for both sexual satisfaction and important vaginal strengthening exercises. Often complete with two or more, the amount of balls you insert is entirely up to you and your comfort area.
What do kegel balls do?With two distinct uses, there's plenty of practical and pleasurable ways you can utilise these stunning kegel balls. Firstly, they are brilliant and effective tools for increasing your vaginal and pelvic floor muscles as they're available in a range of suitable weights.
Having been used for centuries to strengthen the muscles in the vaginal region and your pelvic floor, kegel balls are a pro-active way to tackle a host of issues. Whether you're using them to achieve better bladder control, speed up your post-pregnancy recovery or enjoy more intense sex, kegel balls won't disappoint you.
With regards to exercise purposes, with repeated use you should notice that your vaginal and pelvic floor muscles become noticeably stronger. As a result, if you've recently had a child or are expecting one, kegel exercises can help to prepare you for the rigours of childbirth.
How do kegel balls work?
Incredibly easy to use, once they've been inserted within your vagina (lube may be necessary) they allow you to easily contract and release the surrounding muscles, making them perfect for post-childbirth and incontinence exercises. Alternatively, kegel balls also possess the wonderful ability to encourage sexual self-exploration.
Pop them inside you and you can enjoy hours of intimate experimentation as they enhance clitoral stimulation and any other sexual touching. If you'd like to try this sex toy out with a partner, you can increase your state of arousal by inserting them before things get physical and experience a whole new level of eroticism.
Frequently asked questions about kegel balls
Who can use kegel balls?
Anyone! You just need to make sure you have the right size and weight, and that you're using the correct techniques. Before you start using them, you may want to talk to your doctor, particularly if you're pregnant, have an active pelvic infection, are recovering from surgery, or use a menstrual cup.
How should I prepare my kegel balls?
To prepare your kegel balls, simply wash them thoroughly with warm water and antibacterial soap, and dry with a clean towel - that's it! When using your kegel balls, don't forget to use lube. This will ensure easy insertion and can even heighten pleasure. If your kegel balls are made out of silicone, don't use a silicone-based lube, as this could deteriorate your toy over time. Try an oil- or water-based lube instead.
How should I clean and store my kegel balls?
As with all sex toys, it's very important to keep your kegel balls clean. Always wash and dry your kegel balls thoroughly before and after use to minimise the risk of infection. This can be done simply with warm water and antibacterial soap or with a specialist sex toy cleaner. Once dry, store your kegel balls in a sanitary environment - a case or a small bag would work fine.
What are the risks of using kegel balls?
Kegel balls are safe to use. However, there are some things to keep in mind when using them. You should only squeeze for 5 seconds at a time, then take a 6-second break. If you squeeze for too long, it could overexert your vaginal muscles. Also, you should only keep them in for 4 to 6 hours at a time. If you do that more than that period, it may overexert your pelvic floor muscles.