It is interesting that something that is so relatively common in women, and can be so debilitating, can have so little good date about the best way to treat! In this recent review of studies related to Stress Urinary Incontinence the New Zealand authors conclude; “This review found that the existing evidence was insufficient to make any strong recommendations about the best approach to pelvic floor muscle training. We suggest that women are offered reasonably frequent appointments during the training period, because the few data consistently showed that women receiving regular (e.g. weekly) supervision were more likely to report improvement than women doing pelvic floor muscle training with little or no supervision.” Read more here.
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