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July 7, 2017

 

The prevalence of pelvic floor dysfunction varies by condition.1, 2 While stress and urge urinary incontinence affects 15.7% to 49.6% of women, the prevalence of pelvic organ prolapse and interstitial cystitis ranges from 2.9% to 41.1% and 2.3% to 22% of the population, respectively.2 Notably, women tend to be impacted by pelvic floor dysfunction significantly more than men for a number of reasons, including differences in anatomy, hormonal changes and/or pregnancy.1 Pelvic floor dysfunction also seems to increase with age.1, 2 In general, muscles, ligaments and other connective tissues tend to deteriorate with age, and the same is true for the soft tissue structures related to the pelvic floor.1, 2

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