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It is rare for a group of men to sit around a table together and openly discuss problems with their pelvic floor function. Sadly, it is just as rare for that conversation to happen in a medical setting, not to mention a physical therapy setting.

It turns out, dysfunction of the pelvic floor in men is a lot more common than we once understood. But too many men aren't seeking treatment for a variety of reasons, and that's a problem. Here are four of the main reasons.

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