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FAQs for Product: Mystic Duo Balls - Ben Wa Balls
1. Are they all supposed to fit into the vagina at once? (Posted: 10th April, 2005)
2. Can a woman get a vaginal infection wearing these Ben wa balls? (Posted: 9th Nov, 2005)
3. What are Ben wa balls? (Posted: 9th Nov, 2005)
4. Is it true that regular use of Duo Balls will make the PC muscle tighter and stronger? (Posted: 28th Feb, 2006)
5. Do Ben Wa Balls really work? (Posted: 21st April, 2006)


Question & Answers for Product: Mystic Duo Balls - Ben Wa Balls
Q. Are they all supposed to fit into the vagina at once? (Posted: 10th April, 2005)
A. Hi there, yes they are!
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Q. Can a woman get a vaginal infection wearing these Ben wa balls? (Posted: 9th Nov, 2005)
A. Be sure to keep them cleaned with an anti-biotic soap in between uses and also if switching between anal and vaginal use.

Moving them from the anus to the vagina without proper cleaning could encourage bacterial infection in females, so caution in terms of cleanliness is indicated.
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Q. What are Ben wa balls? (Posted: 9th Nov, 2005)
A. Legend has it that women in ancient Japan or China first inserted egg-shaped hollow balls carved from ivory, then spent hours gently rocking back and forth, eventually experiencing a subtle-yet-crashing orgasm.

Some women claim they wear them all day, experiencing clandestine fun at the office, the grocery store...even on dates. Other women enjoy using them for partner sex, and say their male partners love encountering the smooth balls during penetration. However, some women say the toys are little more than useless, producing a sensation so slight, they may as well not be using the balls at all.

While many Ben Wa novices express alarm at the thought of inserting and removing the balls, it's relatively simple: just pop them in and squeeze them out. You may want to experiment with location; some people enjoy holding them lower in the vagina, while others try to position them directly behind their G-Spots.

Just don't aim for the cervix--while you're unlikely to have a problem with them slipping past your body's gateway to the uterus, you probably won't enjoy any kind of clanging sensation that close to your cervix, a region some women find particularly sensitive.
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Q. Is it true that regular use of Duo Balls will make the PC muscle tighter and stronger? (Posted: 28th Feb, 2006)
A. Hi there, yes it's true!

After a quick search, I found an exersize routine:

Insert one ball vaginally and squeeze or flex your PC muscle. Hold for a couple of seconds, then release. Repeat this process for about 10-15 minutes at least 2-3 times per week. As the muscle strength increases so should the amount of time you hold each flex and the duration of this daily exercise. After the second or third week, insert both ben wa balls during your exercises. With stronger PC muscles, you can walk around with the ben wa balls to where they should remain inserted.
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Q. Do Ben Wa Balls really work? (Posted: 21st April, 2006)
A. The Ben Wa Ball Debate--The Argument Against

Sexual health professionals state that, contrary to popular belief, Ben Wa Balls aren't as mobile as the marketing hype would have you believe. Says Dr. P. Sandor Gardos, "Once spheres of any sort are inserted into the vagina, they will simply sit there--not roll around as some people think. Any sensation a woman feels will derive from the slight vibration of the inner ball rolling inside the hollow, larger one as she moves."

Apparently the vagina isn't as large as many women are led to believe; the walls of the vagina usually hold the balls in place, allowing only a slight amount of movement and the sometimes-undetectable feeling of the ball's internal weight rolling around inside. For many women, this subtle sensation just won't do--fans of power tools, pocket rockets and other high-frequency toys may want to shop around for another kind of toy.

The Ben Wa Ball Debate--The Argument For

It's true that by themselves, Ben Wa Balls only provide light stimulation. However, many people argue that we should be more in tune with our bodies, that we rely too heavily on high-powered stimulus for easy gratification.

While some people don't have much of a quibble with that line of thinking, many others--among them Tantra enthusiasts, Taoist sex practitioners, yoga and meditation advocates and other endorsers of spirituality, health and sensual living--feel that we would benefit from a return to enjoying life's subtler pleasures.

It's rumored that the orgasms achieved from using Ben Wa Balls are worth the wait. But ultimately, Ben Wa Balls can provide one very good benefit: with proper use, they can help to tighten and strengthen your PC muscle, which not only gives you a more desirable grip during intercourse, but also helps to control your bladder and prevent incontinence as you age.
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