Influence of abnormal pelvic floor in vaginal childbirth

Roger Brown

A woman’s life is not complete without giving birth to a child. The most typical method of delivery is vaginal, and it has been linked to a higher incidence of pelvic floor diseases later in life. Vaginal births and parity are substantially related with stress urine incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Although the precise mechanism of harm linking vaginal birth to pelvic floor diseases is unknown, it is most likely complex and may involve both mechanical and neurovascular damage to the pelvic floor. Certain obstetrical exposures have been recognized as risk factors for pelvic floor diseases by observational research. These variables frequently coexist in groups, which accounts for their exclusive impact on the pelvic floor.