Key Risk Factors and Signs and Symptoms

Bowel, bladder, and sexual dysfunction and pain. Bowel function: bloating, constipation, difficulty evacuating stool, straining with bowel movement, splinting the posterior vagina, anal digitation, incomplete evacuation, sense of anal blockage during defecation Urinary function: frequency, hesitancy, urgency, dysuria, bladder pain, urge incontinence Sexual function: insertional or deep dyspareunia, pelvic ache after intercourse Pain: low back pain radiating to thighs or groin, pelvic pain unrelated to intercourse, lower abdominal wall pain.

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