The prevalence and impact of stress urinary incontinence on quality of life in young nulliparous sportswomen practising high - intensity physical activity
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|Stress urinary incontinence is a prevalent condition among sportswomen. In our study the symptoms of SUI were mild. We recorded statistically significant impact on quality of life in the group of sportswomen with SUI in compare with the group of sportswomen without SUI. There is a strong need for healthcare professionals to inform the target group of sportswomen who are at risk of developing UI about its preventive and treatment possibilities.