The potency muscles
The man’s neglected centre
Two thirds of the penis protrude out of the body, one third is inside it where it is anchored in the musculature of the pelvic floor. This centre controls ejaculation, erection and incontinence.
The potency muscles, as urologists also call the musculature of the pelvic floor, link the anus and the penis with the pelvic bones and the legs. They enclose the penis and the anus and stretch over the pelvic floor between the pelvic bone and the pubic bone.
The potency muscles gets stronger
The ORGAWELL® method, recommended by physicians, allows you to strengthen the flabby musculature of the pelvic floor with a long-lasting effect. Due to it the blood circulation in the genital area gets better.
As a result incontinence problems and incontinence disappear, and the ejaculation gets under control again. Don’t be afraid to touch these muscles. Only this way can you feel how they will gradually change during the training.
In order to do that put two fingers on the perineal area (that is between the scrotum and the anus) and squeeze the muscles as if you wanted to press out the rest of the urine out of the bladder. Can you feel the pelvis muscles now?
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