Foreword: the tug of war between vaginal and cesarean births.
Tug-of-war match for Miao women
Everyone has heard of kegel exercises, and it's fair to say that these exercises do work - when done correctly. The regular kegel workouts that are embraced and understood by women today ignore some of the most vital components of vaginal strengthening techniques. This is why the ancient wisdom of yoni eggs, passed down over centuries, is so important for modern day women. Imagine trying to enhance the muscles in your arms; you wouldn't simply flex your biceps and expect to achieve the perfect physique - it's the same concept with regular kegels. You cannot simply flex the muscles in your vagina and expect to experience the full scope of the strength you could achieve with a yoni egg.
Foreword: the tug of war between vaginal and cesarean births
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Cesarean section rates in the United States have now reached their highest levels ever, accounting for one third of all births. This relentless push upward has been driven by a steady increase in primary cesareans and a sharp decrease in vaginal birth after a cesarean.