Pischedda, Antonella and Fusco, Ferdinando and Curreli, Andrea and Grimaldi, Giovanni and Pirozzi Farina, Furio Francesco (2013) Pelvic floor and sexual male dysfunction. Archivio italiano di urologia e andrologia, Vol. 85 (1), p. 1-7. ISSN 1124-3562. eISSN 2282-4197. Article.
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The pelvic floor is a complex multifunctional structure that corresponds to the genito-urinary-anal area and consists of muscle and connective tissue. It supports the urinary, fecal, sexual and reproductive functions and pelvic statics. The symptoms caused by pelvic floor dysfunction often affect the quality of life of those who are afflicted, worsening significantly more aspects of daily life. In fact, in addition to providing support to the pelvic organs, the deep floor muscles support urinary continence and intestinal emptying whereas the superficial floor muscles are involved in the mechanism of erection and ejaculation. So, conditions of muscle hypotonia or hypertonicity may affect the efficiency of the pelvic floor, altering both the functionality of the deep and superficial floor muscles. In this evolution of knowledge it is possible imagine how the rehabilitation techniques of pelvic floor muscles, if altered and able to support a voiding or evacuative or sexual dysfunction, may have a role in improving the health and the quality of life
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