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Cesarean Section: Does It Really Prevent The Development Of Postpartum Stress Urinary Incontinence? A Prospective Study Of 363 Women One Year After Their First Delivery

A. Groutz, E. Rimon, Simona Peled, R. Gold, D. Pauzner, J. Lessing, D. Gordon
Published 2004 · Medicine

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Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) in young women is usually the result of pelvic floor injury during vaginal delivery. Whether cesarean section delivery may prevent such injury is questionable. We undertook a prospective study to compare the prevalence of SUI among primiparae 1 year after spontaneous vaginal delivery versus elective cesarean section, or cesarean section performed for obstructed labor.
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