In A Womanas Guide to Pelvic Health a urologist and a physical therapist offer expert and reassuring advice to women. For example, one of every four women suffers from urinary incontinence, the involuntary leakage of urine. Elizabeth E. Houser and Stephanie Riley Hahn want these women to know that they do not have to cope in silence with this embarrassing problem, limit their lifestyle, or spend thousands of dollars on adult diapers. Symptoms involving the pelvic floor, including urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and decreased sexual sensation, can occur at any age. A wide range of treatments, such as targeted exercises, nutrition, and acupuncture, as well as medications and surgical approaches, can bring relief. Case studies and illustrations help readers explore the cause of their own symptoms and how treatments work. A Woman's Guide to Pelvic Health encourages women to address their pelvic floor issues and reclaim their lives. -- from the Foreword by Jill Grimes, M.D., author of Seductive Delusions: How Everyday People Catch STDsRectocele repair has the same moderate level of invasiveness as cystocele repair. Because of the length of ... The medical condition and age of the patient often dictate the type of anesthesia, surgical approach, and recovery plan. How is thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Woman's Guide to Pelvic Health|
|Author||:||Elizabeth E. Houser, Stephanie Riley Hahn|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2012-10-23|