Pelvic floor muscle training should be the first line of treatment for female stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP), because it shows promising results in clinical studies with virtually no adverse side effects, according to the Norwegian School of Sports Sciences in Oslo, Norway. According to randomized controlled trials, pelvic floor muscle training, or PFM training, was shown to be an effective treatment in SUI by as much as 35 to 80 percent in the short-term. Furthermore, there are five such trials showing a significant effect of PFM training on either POP stage, symptoms or PFM morphology, researchers ... Read More
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