Washington: Vitamin D deficiency increases the risk of pelvic floor dysfunction, including clinical conditions like urinary incontinence, a new study has revealed.The study compared vitamin D levels with incidence of various forms of pelvic floor disorder among 1,881 women, with an average age of 48. Those with low levels of vitamin D (characterized as less than 30 nanograms per millilitre, or ng/ml) had a 170 percent increased risk of urinary incontinence, compared to those with higher blood levels.
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