Andrew L. Siegel, MD, urologist, Bergen Urological Associates, Hackensack, New Jersey, and author of a paper about Kegel exercises for men, published in Urology.
Pelvic floor exercise can help treat incontinence and sexual dysfunction in men. Pelvic muscles, like all muscles, weaken with age. To strengthen them, men should tighten the muscles used to cut off the flow of urine midstream. Hold the contraction for a few seconds, then release. Repeat the exercise 10 to 15 times for each set.