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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Overactive bladder symptons in pregnancy and puerpery: Is there a relationship between the symptoms score and quality of life?
Author: Botelho, S
Riccetto, C
Ribeiro, G
Gome, J
Brisola, M
Herrmann, V
Palma, P
Bigozzi, MA
Abstract: Introduction and objective: During pregnancy, hormonal change, increase in the body mass index and the pressure caused by the enlarged uterus over the bladder and pelvic floor, are some factors involved in lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). This study was made to evaluate the correlation between pregnancy and delivery way with LUTS. Material and method: This open prospective study was carried out using the overactive bladder questionnaire short form (OABq-SF). A total of 60 patients enrolled this study. The mean age was 24 year, raging from 14 to 40 years. The patients were evaluated during the third trimester and 6 months after delivery. Statistical analysis of the OABq-SF scores was made using the Pearson method. Results: Mean OABq-SF score during pregnancy was 35.2 and 6 months after delivery decreased to15. Quality of life was 82.9 during pregnancy and increased to 88.4 at 6 month after delivery. Patient's perception, that is correlation, was 55.02 (p=0.0001) during pregnancy and 36.1% (p=0.0046). Clinical correlation index was 6.7%. Conclusions: Our study demonstrated that in spite of LUTS being more important during pregnancy, there is no significant clinical correlation in patient's perception. (C) 2010 AEU. Published by Elsevier Espana, S.L. All rights reserved.
Subject: Lower urinary tract symptoms
Overactive bladder questionnaire short form
Quality of life
Country: Espanha
Editor: Ene Ediciones Sl
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.acuro.2010.05.004
Date Issue: 2010
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