Are you living with urinary, bowel or sexual problems? Could they be due to a pelvic health issue? 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men suffer with urinary incontinence. 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men suffer with persistent pelvic pain. Both conditions are often related to poor pelvic floor muscle function. At talkhealth we are looking to better understand both awareness levels and knowledge gaps around pelvic health conditions in order that we can develop an educational programme to improve everyone’s understanding of these signs and symptoms of pelvic health disorders and where to go for advice. Enter the survey today:
Pelvic floor muscles that are either too weak, too tight or fail to contract and relax as needed can lead to urinary problems (frequency, hesitancy, pain or incontinence), bowel problems (incontinence or constipation), sexual problems (pain, discomfort, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation), pain in the pelvic region and pelvic organ prolapse. Amongst men, the awareness of their pelvic floor muscles and the signs and symptoms of poor function is astonishingly low. Likewise, the awareness in women of the signs and symptoms of a tight pelvic floor is also low.
The survey will close on 15th June. On closure all entrants who have completed the survey in its entirety will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win 1 of 100 dental kits, including breath freshener and a travel toothbrush! Perfect for weekends away.
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