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Prevalence Of Urinary Incontinence Among The Women With Low Back Pain An Institutional Based Study


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Page : 143-150

Keywords : Low Back Pain; Urinary Incontinence;

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Purpose The purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence of Urinary incontinence among the women with low back pain. Methods and Materials This descriptive cross sectional study conducted by using purposive sampling procedure. The study population was all the female patients with low back pain attended at musculoskeletal unit Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed CRP Savar. To ensure the diagnostic criteria as well as the severity of urinary incontinence The Royal Dutch Society Physiotherapy Guideline KNFG and PRAFAB questionnaire used. Data were analyzed through SPSS 20 version. Furthermore Microsoft excel was used for the analysis of data and for the presentation of the data as well. Results The prevalence of Urinary Incontinence among the women with low back pain attended at musculoskeletal unit CRP Savar was 68.4. Study findings suggested that different process of given birth of children influenced the severities of urinary incontinence. Women with urinary incontinence more likely faced difficulties in physical activities and were anxious about social participation. The severity of urinary incontinence enhances the frequency and body image to bother it. Conclusion Urinary incontinence was a significant burden for the women with low back pain. Therefore this cross sectional study findings will be utilize to understand the extent of distribution of the problem priority setting allocation of resources and planning for the intervention.

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