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Digital vaginal palpation performed during clinical practice can help diagnose urinary, intestinal and sexual disorders, while perineometry is more useful for performing perineal exercises with(More)
Objective To analyze pelvic floor muscle strength (PFMS), urinary continence and quality of life related to urinary incontinence (UI) of women in the first trimester of pregnancy. Method(More)
OBJECTIVE Presenting methodology for transferring knowledge to improve maternal outcomes in natural delivery based on scientific evidence. METHOD An intervention study conducted in the maternity(More)
OBJECTIVES to compare the pelvic floor muscle strength in primiparous women after normal birth and cesarean section, related to the socio-demographic characteristics, nutritional status, dyspareunia,(More)
AIM To compare the measurements of women's pelvic floor musculature strength (PFMS) during pregnancy and postpartum period. BACKGROUND Pregnancy and childbirth can have an influence on the muscles(More)
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