Kegel exercises will help strengthen the internal muscles that support the bladder and urethra. The pelvic floor is made up of muscles that contract every time you cough or sneeze so that there is no involuntary urinary incontinence. Also, the pelvic floor supports the abdominal organs when you are upright and protects them from injury. A prerequisite for the pelvic floor muscles to function normally is to be in good condition and to be fit, just like any other muscle in the body. Kegel exercises contribute significantly to the treatment of urinary incontinence, as they strengthen and at the same time relax the pelvic floor muscles to provide adequate support without becoming overactive. Kegel exercises must be performed correctly to be effective. Initial guidance will be required.