Understanding Pelvic Floor Disorders

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Your Guide to Pelvic Floor Disorders

Did you know that approximately one in four women is living with at least one pelvic floor disorder? They are caused by weakened muscles of the pelvic floor due to childbirth, menopause, chronic disease or genetics. Although common, pelvic floor dysfunction is a serious condition and can lead to urinary incontinence, bowel incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse.

While many women are uncomfortable discussing their symptoms, know that you are not alone—and there is a solution. There are many options available to successfully treat pelvic floor disorders.

Download the Baylor Scott & Health treatment guide today and you’ll receive information about pelvic floor dysfunction, including:
  • Symptoms and causes
  • Surgical and non-surgical treatment options
  • And more


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You don’t have to suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. We developed this guide to answer common questions about these types of disorders, including risk factors, symptoms and treatment options. Schedule an appointment with one of our specialists if you have any specific questions about your care after reviewing our guide. We hope this is a valuable resource for you on your journey to better.

Our pelvic health specialists have years of experience diagnosing and treating pelvic health disorders. Our goal is to help you effectively manage—and even resolve—their symptoms through non-surgical therapies whenever possible, and surgery when necessary.

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