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Pelvik Taban Fonksiyon Bozuklukları ve Yaşam Kalitesi

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The Pelvic Floor Function Disorders and Quality of Life

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69-79

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Pelvik taban bozuklukları dünyada milyonlarca kadını etkiler. Yaşla birlikte pelvik taban bozukluklarının prevalansı artış gösterir. Pelvik taban bozuklukları (üriner inkontinans, fekal inkontinans, pelvik organ sarkması, kronik pelvik ağrı) kadınları, ailelerini, yaşlı ise bakıcıları ve toplumu etkiler. Pelvik taban bozuklukları maliyetlidir ve kadınların yaşam kalitelerini dramatik olarak etkiler. İdrar / barsak kontrolünün kaybı tüm yaş grubu kadınların psikolojisini, fi ziksel durumlarını, sosyal yaşamlarını, aile yaşantılarını, mesleki ve cinsel yaşamlarını bozar. İnkontinansı hastalık olarak algılayan kadınların yaşam kaliteleri daha fazla etkilenmekle birlikte tıbbi yardım arama davranışı daha fazladır. Pelvik taban bozuklukları semptomlarının ya da tedavisinin yaşam kalitesine ve cinsel sağlık üzerine etkisini değerlendirmek için birçok soru formu geliştirilmiştir. Bu alanda uzmanlaşmış hemşireler pelvik taban bozukluğu olan kadınların bakımında önemli rollere sahiptirler.
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Pelvic fl oor disorders affect millions of women throughout the world. The prevalence of pelvic fl oor disorders increas with age, pelvic fl oor disorders affect women, their families and caregivers and society. Pelvic fl oor disorders are costly and dramatically affect women’s QoL. Loss of urinary / bowel control affects the social, psychological, domestic, occupational, physical, and sexual lives of women of all ages. Women who perceive incontinence as a disease and those with a higher degree of quality-of life impact are more likely to seek medical help. Women who perceive their symptoms as being moderate or severe have a signifi cantly lower quality of life. The impact of pelvic fl oor disorders on quality of life and sexual health can be evaluated through the use of validated. Questionnaires have been developed to measure the impact of pelvic fl oor disorders symptoms or treatment on quality of life and sexual health. Specialised nurses play an important roles in the care for patients with pelvic fl oor disorders.

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