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The challenge posed by pelvic floor health problems has come into sharp focus in recent years, as women experienced life-changing side effects from pelvic mesh implants.

The mesh implants were used in surgical procedures to treat women with prolapse and urinary incontinence, but left many women with chronic debilitating pain or suffering from recurring infections. They are no longer used in New Zealand and, since the mesh debacle, women are searching for more conservative and non-surgical but low risk,

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