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The pelvic floor muscles stretch between the tailbone of the spine and the pubic bone in front. They support the bladder and bowel (and vagina and uterus in women). Pelvic floor exercises strengthen pelvic floor muscles for good bladder and bowel control. Weak pelvic floor muscles can lead to weak bladder and bowel control. This may mean a little bit of urine dribbling out when you cough or sneeze, often feeling an urgent need to use a toilet, needing to go to the toilet frequently and other toileting problems. Pelvic floor exercises will strengthen pelvic floor muscles and may lead to better bladder and bowel control. Strong pelvic floor muscles can also mean better recovery from childbirth and increased sexual sensation. Regular pelvic floor exercises can benefit people of all ages.

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