The Association Between Adenomyosis/Uterine Myoma and Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Dec 31, 2022
  • participants needed
    150
  • sponsor
    Far Eastern Memorial Hospital
Updated on 22 March 2022
gastrointestinal symptoms
uterine fibroid
myoma
lower urinary tract symptoms
adenomyosis
uterine myomectomy
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Summary

The aim of this study is to assess the relationship between adenomyosis/myoma and lower urinary tract symptoms, sexual function and gastrointestinal symptoms.

Description

All outpatient patients were found to have >3 cm uterine myoma or adenomyosis were invited to participate in this study. The size and location of uterine myoma or adenomyosis and the uterus should be assessed by ultrasonography. Besides, all enrolled female patients will be asked to complete overactive bladder symptom score, female bladder function (UDI-6 & IIQ-7), female sexual function index, and bowel incontinence assessment questionnaires. In addition, patients who underwent surgeries for myoma or adenomyosis will be requested to complete the above questionnaires at 3 months after surgery. Women with intact uterus should be assessed again by ultrasonography. At least 30 women with age and body mass index matched and without uterine myoma or adenomyosis will be invited to participate in this study as the control group.

Details
Condition Adenomyosis, Uterine Leiomyoma
Treatment myomectomy or adenomyomectomy
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT02495311
SponsorFar Eastern Memorial Hospital
Last Modified on22 March 2022

Eligibility

Yes No Not Sure

Inclusion Criteria

>20 years old
Myoma: women with >3 cm uterine myoma
Adenomyosis: women with uterus having several dark area (lacunar areas) in one uterine wall or thickening uterine wall
<The control group>
Inclusion criteria
>20 years old
Women without myoma or adenomyosis
<Both groups>

Exclusion Criteria

The patient has a lower urinary tract infection or acute intestinal inflammation
Previous surgery for the bladder or urethra
History of urinary tract stones or tumors
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