For those of you who have a problem with a constant smell from gas, this may be helpful.I know a lot of you have probably tried this already.I am finding that pelvic floor exercises really make a difference, BUT... you need to ease into them.I started off doing 10 of them , 3 times a day and found that the problem actually seemed to get worse. When I saw a nurse who specialises in this area, she said the muscles were probably getting fatigued. She tested me to see how long I could hold them for, and said to start off with just 3 long, then 3 quick ones, 3 times a day, increasing by one when I felt I could do them easily. I started off good, then it went downhill when I increased the amount. I have gone back to just the original amount, and it seems to be better again.Anyway, the point of this post is to let you know to persist with these exercises, and try again even if they didn't seem to work before, as you may have been fatiguing the muscle by doing too many too soon, making the problem worse instead of better. My advice is to see an incontinence nurse, gynaecologist or other specialist in this area, so that they can give you detailed instructions. If the exercises don't work, apparently there are other avenues, such as biofeedback machines etc. So I advise you all to pursue this area - believe me I have tried so many things and this seems to be the only one that helps.Good luckLbee.