Problems with sexual function have been reported to occur in women with urinary incontinence and uterovaginal prolapse.27 However, the precise relationship between prolapse and sexual function has not been well documented. In a study that compared sexual function in women with and without uterovaginal prolapse, the authors found that overall sexual dysfunction in women without prolapse did not differ from women who had prolapse. In addition, the degree of prolapse did not have a role in whether sexual dysfunction occurred among those with prolapse. Psychological and relationship conflicts tended to have a greater impact on sexual function for both groups of women.28

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