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The bladder, rectum, cervix and prostate are supported in the pelvis by the pelvic floor muscles.
These muscles need to function properly for normal urination and bowel movements and sometime can become irritated and contract abnormally.
The general term given to this problem is pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD). Treatment for PFD is primarily aimed at relaxing the affected muscles.
The following questions can help you determine whether you have a problem with pelvic floor dysfunction:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have a pelvic floor dysfunction that can be treated by a physical therapist.
Contact your doctor for an evaluation and referral.
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