Uterine prolapse prevention in Eastern Nepal: the perspectives of women and health care professionals

  title={Uterine prolapse prevention in Eastern Nepal: the perspectives of women and health care professionals},
  author={Christina M Radl and Ranjita Rajwar and Arja R. Aro},
  booktitle={International journal of women's health},
UNLABELLED Uterine prolapse is a major reproductive health issue in Nepal. There is a wide range of literature available on the causes and risk factors of uterine prolapse and on the ways to prevent and treat it. There is still a lack of published evidence on what prevention and treatment services are working well or the attitudes toward them. This paper presents the findings of a qualitative study on primary and secondary prevention of uterine prolapse in Eastern Nepal. METHOD The study… CONTINUE READING
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