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Cesarean delivery linked to long-term pregnancy complications

Cesarean delivery is associated with a reduced rate of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, but this should be weighed against the association with increased risks for fertility, future pregnancy, and long-term childhood outcome.

Pelvic floor disorders strike one in four women

Just under one quarter of women in the United States have at least one of the three primary pelvic floor disorders—urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse...
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I. Problem/Condition. The focus of this discussion will be primarily Urinary Incontinence which is more commonly encountered. Though it is seldom by itself a reason for admission, in the inpatient setting it is noted either in the review of systems or as a secondary problem which needs to be addressed. Urinary Incontinence (UI) is defined…
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FDA warns against transvaginal surgical mesh

Increasing adverse event reports prompt the FDA to encourage health care providers to use options that do not require transvaginal surgical mesh for pelvic organ prolapse treatment.

Image of the Week: Poisonous mushrooms

This patient presented with decreased consciousness, twitching, drooling, and urinary incontinence after ingesting poisonous mushrooms. The Image of the Week for Jan. 25 is brought to you in partnership with:
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