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Research Proposals or Synopsis | Physiotherapy | India | Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2021
Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence in Young Obese Females
Dr. Supriya Sanjay Chavan | Dr. Gargi Bhalekar
Abstract: AIM: To assess urinary incontinence in young obese women. PROCEDURE/METHOD: Observational study done on 100 young obese women and QUID (Questionnaire for urinary incontinence diagnosis) was used and subjects were asked to answer the given questions. MATERIAL: QUID (Questionnaire for urinary incontinence diagnosis), pen, sheet. RESULT: • It can be noted that on average, 34.6 % individuals experienced stress incontinence rarely, 21 % individuals experienced it once in a while, 10.6 % individuals experienced it often, 5.6 % experienced it most of the time and 1 % experienced it all of the time. • As for urge incontinence, 42 % individuals experienced it rarely, 15.3 % individuals experienced it once in a while, 3 % individuals experienced it often and 0.6 % individuals experienced it most of the time. CONCLUSION: • Hence there is no prevalence of urinary incontinence in young obese females.
Keywords: Young obese females, Urinary incontinence, Quid
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2021,
Pages: 42 - 45
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