Effect of different episiotomy techniques on perineal pain and sexual activity 3 months after delivery

@article{Fodstad2014EffectOD,
  title={Effect of different episiotomy techniques on perineal pain and sexual activity 3 months after delivery},
  author={Kathrine Fodstad and Anne Cathrine Staff and Katariina Laine},
  journal={International Urogynecology Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={1629-1637}
}
The effect of different episiotomy techniques on pain perception 3 months after delivery is unknown. Study aims were to explore the association between different episiotomy techniques and perineal pain 3 months after delivery and to assess female sexual activity in relation to episiotomy technique. This is a prospective observational study, designed to investigate short- and long-term complications of different episiotomy techniques. All 300 participants were recruited and clinically examined… CONTINUE READING
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