From Incontinence to Prolapse and Back Again: the ABC's of Pelvic Floor Survivorship
September 18, 2016•10 min
They may not talk about it, but women with cancers in the pelvic region, such as cervical cancer, bladder cancer and uterine cancer, often have problems controlling their urine, bowel or flatus. Although they may feel isolated, they're far from alone.Pelvic floor disorders do not need to cripple a woman’s quality of life. Further, surgery isn't the only solution. Many pelvic floor disorders can be successfully treated with diet modification, medication, and behavioral and physical therapy.Listen in as Seth A. Cohen, MD discusses the ABC's of Pelvic Floor Survivorship.