What are Kegel balls for? Kegel balls, or Ben Wa balls, have been used for centuries to strengthen vaginal and pelvic floor muscles. The small, weighted balls come in a variety of different weights and sizes to help you contract and release different muscles with ease. But Kegel balls do more than just whip your pelvic floor into shape. As with any exercise, Kegels come with a few risks, including: overexertion tearing pain or discomfort The same goes for using Kegel balls.
The distension of the rectum and the disruption of the peristasis reinforce this effect. The foreign body may cause infections, destroying the intestinal wall. Depending on the location of the perforation, this may lead to a peritonitis due to the feces or an abscess in the retroperitoneal space. Smaller objects that injure the intestinal wall, but do not perforate it, may be encapsulated by a foreign body granuloma. They may remain in the rectum as a pseudotumor without any further effects.