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Sensor-based technology is now tackling almost every aspect of our lives, and in the past we've even seen smart products like BleepBleeps help parents-to-be get through their pregnancies. A new device called kGoal is now aiming to be a Fitbit for the vagina, helping pregnant women track their Kegel exercise regimes. The pelvic floor muscles help to support the bladder and the womb, but age and childbirth can loosen them, leading to incontinence. Healthy pelvic floor muscles can also be responsible for increased pleasure during sex. One way to tackle the problem of loose muscles is to do Kegel exercises…
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