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The goal of the study is to evaluate the change in pelvic floor symptoms with pessary use prior to reconstructive pelvic floor surgery for pelvic organ prolapse. Additionally, we will assess the impact that preoperative pessary use has on patient self-reported preparedness for surgery.
Our primary aim is to determine the rate of return to baseline functional status 3 months post-operative pelvic organ prolapse surgery in women 65 years or older. Our secondary aim is to identify preoperative factors that predict failure of return to baseline functional status.
The purpose of this study is to assess if men and women seeking care for urological diseases have interest in support services in conjunction with standard of care.
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