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Man exercising with ball on a wall outside.
Man exercising with ball on a wall outside.

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) in men, while less prevalent than in women, can significantly impact personal relationships and quality of life. For instance, 16% of men are affected by PFDs, which can manifest as urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, and pelvic pain. These conditions can be deeply personal and distressing, with urinary incontinence occurring in about 30% of men visiting a doctor and erectile dysfunction affecting approximately 10% of healthy men, with rates rising to nearly 40% among those with chronic health conditions. These statistics underscore the importance of awareness and treatment for PFDs in men, as they can profoundly affect intimate aspects of life.

Common Symptoms

  • Penile, scrotal or anal pain,

  • Post-ejaculatory pain

  • Tailbone, back, or hip pain

  • Pelvic pain that interferes with sitting and exercise

  • Urinary leakage, urgency, frequency, and hesitancy

  • Decreased force of urinary stream

  • Constipation

  • Groin pain

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • and many more...

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