Women's experiences of recovery from childbirth: focus on pelvis problems that extend beyond the puerperium.

@article{OReilly2009WomensEO,
  title={Women's experiences of recovery from childbirth: focus on pelvis problems that extend beyond the puerperium.},
  author={Rebecca O'Reilly and Kath Peters and B. Jacob Beale and Debra Jackson},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2009},
  volume={18 14},
  pages={2013-9}
}
AIMS This study aimed to build understandings of women's recovery experiences in the presence of continued pelvic problems extending beyond the puerperium to provide nurses and other health care professionals with information to enhance current practice. BACKGROUND Trauma to the pelvic floor during childbirth is a relatively common occurrence and can include damage to structures and nerves. A significant number of women will experience ongoing physical pelvic problems resulting from… CONTINUE READING

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