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Pelvic floor

Uterine prolapse: impact of the condition and practical advice

The prevalence of uterine prolapse varies, depending on reporting methods and assessment categorisation, and may be more common than is realised. Uterine prolapse was found in 14% of women in a US...

The role of neuromuscular electrical stimulation in the rehabilitation of the pelvic floor muscles

The pelvic floor is vital for routine bodily functions. The muscles of the pelvic floor help to control bladder and bowel movements, support pelvic organs, and help to control intimate sensations in...

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