Monash University seeks Australian women to complete anonymous incontinence or prolapse survey.
Monash University researchers need the help of 1,000 Australian women who experience pelvic floor symptoms/incontinence to complete this important anonymous survey.
Can you help? The research is vital to the one in three Australian women who experience incontinence and how it impacts participation in exercise. Symptoms include leaking urine, wind or stool or feelings of prolapse including heaviness or bulging in the pelvic floor region. Please click on the link below to complete a short anonymous survey. Your research can help women to remain physically active.
Click here to participate in the survey.
Participants completing the survey also have the opportunity to win one of ten x $100 Coles Myer Vouchers.
Thank you for your help!
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