Table 1 Baseline characteristics and associated factors for UI.

From: Present value of the Urethral mobility test as a tool to assess Stress urinary incontinence due to Intrinsic sphincteric deficiency

  n = 221
BMI (n, %)*
Normal 81 (37.3)
Overweight 117 (53.9)
Obese 19 (8.8)
History of pregnancy (n, %) 213 (96.4)
Number of pregnancies (median, IQR) 3 (2–4)
Number of vaginal deliveries (median, IQR) 2 (1–3)
Cigarette smoking (n, %)* 28 (12.8)
Menopause (n, %)* 131 (60.4)
Previous pelvic floor surgery (n, %)* 21 (9.9)
History of hysterectomy (n, %)* 70 (32.0)
Anterior POP (n, %)*
No 70 (32.4)
Stage I 67 (31.0)
Stage II 71 (32.9)
Stage III 7 (3.2)
Stage IV 1 (0.5)
Posterior POP (n, %)*
No 117 (54.2)
Stage I 63 (29.2)
Stage II 29 (13.4)
Stage III 6 (2.8)
Stage IV 1 (0.5)
Perineal tear (n, %)* 50 (23.8)
  1. BMI body mass index; POP pelvic organ prolapse.
  2. *Valid percentages due to missing data.