Outcomes of Pregnancy Following Surgery for Stress Urinary Incontinence: A Systematic Review
The Journal of Urology, 05/10/2012Pollard ME et al.
The current data suggests that any increase in risks for pregnancy after surgery for stress incontinence may be small. A low risk of urinary retention during pregnancy may exist. Although some data suggest that cesarean deliveries may result in a lower rate of recurrent stress urinary incontinence than vaginal deliveries, a formal analysis could not be performed with the available data.
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