Coital urinary incontinence: impact on quality of life as measured by the King’s Health Questionnaire

The aim of this present study was to measure the impact of coital urinary incontinence (UI) on sexually active women quality of life (QoL). Epidemiological, observational, cross-sectional, and multicenter study including 633 sexually active women seeking treatment for UI and/or overactive bladder in a gynecological clinic, aged between 24 and 83 years. All… CONTINUE READING