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Table 4 Pelvic floor disorders by age and parity of study participants living in Kersa HDSS, Ethiopia, 2016

From: One in five women suffer from pelvic floor disorders in Kersa district Eastern Ethiopia: a community-based study

Variable OAB
n/N=534/3432
SUI
n/N= 285/3432
POP
n/N=325/3432
AI
n/N=67/3432
PFD
n/N=704/3432
  % percentage (95% Cl) % percentage (95% Cl) % Percentage (95% Cl) % Percent (95% Cl) % Percent (95% Cl)
Overall prevalence 15.5 (143.-16.8) 8.3 (7.4-9.2) 9.5 (8.5-10.4) 1.9 (1.5-2.4) 20.5 (19.1-21.8)
Age of respondents
 15-24 year 11.7 (9.2-14.8) 5.3 (3.6-7.6) 4.1 (2.7-6.2) 0.9 (0.4-2.3) 13.9 (11.1-17.2)
 25-34 year 11.8 (10.1-13.8) 5.8 (4.6-7.2) 7.9 (6.5-9.6) 1.2 (0.7-2.0) 16.5 (14.5-18.7)
 35-44 year 18.1 (15.6-20.9) 10.7 (8.8-13.0) 12.4 (10.3-14.9) 2.6 (1.6-4.0) 24.1 (21.3-27.1)
 45-54 year 18.5 (15.5-22.5) 8.5 (6.2-11.6) 11.4 (8.7-14.8) 3.3 (1.9-5.5) 25.0 (21.0-29.3)
 55+ year 21.6 (18.1-25.5) 13.2 (10.4-16.5) 11.9 (9.3-15.2) 2.3 (1.2-4.1) 27.3 (23.4-31.4)
Parity
 1-4 12.2 (10.5-14.0) 6.1 (5.0-7.6) 7.3 (6.0-8.9) 1.0 (0.6-1.7) 16.8 (14.9-19.0)
 =>5 17.9 (16.3-19.6) 10.0 (8.7-11.3) 10.9 (9.5-12.3) 2.5 (1.9-3.2) 23.0 (21.3-25.0)
  1. OAB Over Active Bladder, SUI Stress Urinary Incontinence, POP Pelvic Organ prolapse, PFD Pelvic Floor Disorder