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KONSERVATIV BEHANDLING RELATERT TIL BEKKENBUNNSMUSKULATUR FOR ANOREKTAL DYSFUNKSJON

Anorektal dysfunksjon rammer store deler av befolkningen, og årsakssammenhengen er sammensatt. Evidens for konservative behandlingstiltak er begrenset, men trolig har bekkenbunnstrening effekt, spesielt i kombinasjon med andre konservative tiltak som regulering av avføringskonsistens, gode toalettrutiner med avspenning av muskulaturen og minimal trykking under defekasjon. Bekkenbunnsmusklene kan være vanskelig å aktivere og avspenne så det er viktig med individuelt tilpasset opplæring og oppfølging.

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