Survey on Physician Dilemma and Attitude Towards Surgical Treatment and Subsequent Mode of Delivery for Women with SUI (Ariel Zilberlicht)

Ariel Zilberlicht and his Research team requesting IUGA Members to filling out this survey, which only takes a few moments of your time.
Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a common bothersome condition that negatively affects women's quality of life worldwide. One of the major contributing risk factors for SUI is pregnancy and childbirth. The unique group of women who have not completed their family (i.e.childbearing) and seek surgical treatment for SUI impose a great dilemma on their physicians. Currently, there is limited data regarding the mode of delivery following anti-incontinence surgical repair.
The survey aims to determine physicians' attitudes towards surgical treatment and its consequences for women of reproductive age who desire childbearing capacity.
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