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pelviperineology. 2018; 37(1): 20-23 | DOI:

Age related comorbidities in chronic urogenital pain

SHERIE JOHNS1, MAREK JANTOS2, EWA BASZAK-RADOMA?SKA3, SONYA GALENSON4
1School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of South Australia, 2Behavioural Medicine Institute of Australia, South Australia & Department of Human Anatomy, Medical University of Lublin, Poland, 3Terpa Clinic, Lublin Poland, 4School of Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT, Australia

Chronic urogenital pain affects women of all ages. Its prevalence peaks at age 25, however the incidence of comorbidities varies significantly between women of reproductive age and post-reproductive age. Gynecological, urological, gastroenterological and neuromuscular comorbidities increase significantly in the post-reproductive age group. Understanding the increased prevalence of comorbidities with increased age will enhance the management of CUP in post-reproductive age women.


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JOHNS S, JANTOS M, BASZAK-RADOMA?SKA E, GALENSON S. Age related comorbidities in chronic urogenital pain. 2018; 37(1): 20-23

Corresponding Author: JOHNS S.

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