Key clinical point: Sexual function, incontinence, and symptoms top the list of worries at 6 months.
Major finding: At 6 months, 25% of patients worried the procedure had failed.
Study details: A prospective, observational study of 20 women who underwent surgeries for pelvic floor disorders.
Disclosures: The study was funded by the University of New Mexico. Dr. McGuire and Dr. Sung reported no relevant financial disclosures.
McGuire B et al. SGS 2019, Abstract 01.