Chronic Pelvic Pain syndrome can affect many aspects of a man's daily ilfe such as painful or frequent urination, premature ejaculation, ED, painful ejaculation and obviously the constant pain in the pelvic area. Some threads in this website have indicated that ED may be cause by having the Pelvic floor muscles too tense. If that is correct, then how do Kegel excises help since in theory they are suppose to make the muscles stronger(more tense) and not help them relax? . Can someone clarify that? I have long suffered from PE and now I feel like it was the precursor of CPPS. I have read in some sites to learn the Kegel exercises which may mitigate some of the pain caused by CPPS;however, I still don't understand how that is supposed to help the muscles relax. any input is greatly appreciated.