by Julie Yunaksa
About 9.2 million women in our country have pelvic floor dysfunction, but are unaware because it has not been properly diagnosed. Research suggests that women with incontinence demonstrate lower self-esteem, decreased sexuality and increased incidences of depression as compared to those with a healthy bladder. Those affected with pelvic floor dysfunction may cringe at the thought of coughing, sneezing, or laughing in public.
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