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Table 4 Items 23-38 UI questionnaire (heterogeneous)

From: Normal reference values of strength in pelvic floor muscle of women: a descriptive and inferential study

n = 218   
Occupation (%) Standing Sitting Carrying weights All Stand + Weight Stand + Sitting Not clear Sitting + Weight
31 (14.4%) 48 (22.2%) 1 (0.5%) 31 (14.4%) 53 (24.5%) 40 (18.5%) 2 (0.9%) 10 (4.6%)
Quality of life affectation (%) Yes No
122 (50.6%) 94 (43.5%)
Comments with relatives/friends (%) Yes No
137 (63.4%) 79 (33.6%)
Comments with a specialist (%) Yes No
185 (87.3%) 27 (12.7%)
Type of specialist (%) Gynecologist Matron Family doctor Others
96 (57.2%) 74 (40.7%) 4 (1.8%) 8 (3.7%)
Urgency of micturition (%) Yes No
113 (52.3%) 103 (47.7%)
Heritage (prolapse, UI, hysterectomy) (%) Yes No
147 (68.1%) 69 (31.9%)
Can not contain gas Can not contain the sediments
Anal incontinence (%) 55 (25.3%) 162 (74.7%)
Sufferings during coition:   
Pain (%) Yes No
117 (55.7%) 93 (44.3%)
Loss of urine (%) Yes No
78 (37.3%) 131 (62.7%)
Feeling of abdominal heaviness (%) Yes No
128 (59.5%) 87 (40.5%)
Important diseases Cardiovasc Cancer Psycol Dis Musculosk Others Different types No disease
14 (6.5%) 15 (6.9%) 0 (0%) 30 (13.9%) 105 (48.6%) 30 (13.9%) 21 (9.7%)
Surgical proced. Reumatol Oncol Urol/Gine Cardiov Others Different types No surgery
5 (2.3%) 9 (4.1%) 10 (4.6%) 1 (0.5%) 134 (61.8%) 43 (19.8%) 15 (6.9%)
Menopause (%) Yes No
  79 (37.3%) 133 (62.7%)
Hormonal treatment (%) Yes No
  19 (23.2%) 63 (76.8%)
Age of menopause (D.E.) 47.23 ± 8.05  
Physical exercise (%) Pelvic floor impact No impact No exercise
  81 (37.3%) 111 (51.2%) 25 (11.5%)
  1. Values expressed as mean ± Standard Deviation (95% Confidence Interval) and absolute percentages.