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Very strong pain not only makes it more difficult for a young mum to live normally, but can also have disastrous effects: perineal pain may cause urinary incontinence that appears even several months after childbirth and intensifies.Pelvic pain (sacrum, pubic symphysis) causes changes to mum's body posture which may become permanent because of hormones working during the early stage of puerperium. Physiotherapy during that period usually involves very simple physical techniques which are well know from other fields of rehabilitation and give a quick effect.
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Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is involuntary leakage of urine (even a single drop) on effort, while coughing, laughing, jumping, etc. The first symptoms are often played down and taken to be the “norm” which unfortunately causes them to intensify.Patients will often not report their problem until large amounts of urine are leaked which makes their professional, family and social lives difficult. Urgency is a...
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...(ICS) and the European Urology Associacion (EUA) for such conditions as stress urinary incontinence (SUI), urgency incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Rehabilitation of these disorders is widely available in many European countries. For example, prevention and basic post-natal rehabilitation have been introduced in France, Belgium and Holland which results in a much lower incidence of urinary incontinence in female populations there. The ICS recommendation and the example of other countries justify the use of physiotherapy in pelvic floor organ disorders. WHAT IS PELVIC FLOOR PHYSIOTHERAPY ABOUT? A modern and effective approach to pelvic floor dysfunction involves a comprehensive investigation of all the conditions reported by the patient, such as problems with urination, defecation and the...
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...severe situations it will be a visible protrusion of vaginal walls. More Postnatal rehabilitation: perineal pain, haemorrhoids Intervention treatment at mum’s home on the first days after childbirth – strong pain of the perineum, sacrum or pubic symphysis, urinary or faecal incontinence. More Physiotherapy after prostatectomy Men who have undergone prostatectomy often have no symptoms of urinary incontinence. However, if such symptoms appear, they will usually not stop themselves. More
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