Dr Anam Nisar, Dr Maaz Ahmed, Dr. Babar Ali
PGP seriously influences the daily lives of pregnant women. There is general agreement that there is a deficiency of information and attention about PGP in addition how to help pregnant females having PGP, both in the public arena around the world and among guardians and caregivers. Attention to how women with PGP struggle to supervise and acclimatize to their daily lives, parenting, associations, and expert work can help guardians offer those females through appropriate assistance to limit challenges throughout the current significant and uncommon stage of women's lives. Birth specialists have an important role to play in understanding women's interests and caring for them appropriately. Satisfactory assistance can protect the couple from further strain in association throughout the neonatal period and youth. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from November 2018 to October 2019. There is general agreement that there is a lack of information and familiarity with PGP and how to help pregnant women with PGP in general and parent figures and managers in particular. For example, exhausted pregnant women are advised by their parents to think about their bodies, but neglect to increase actual help. This creates discomfort, as Haukland Fredriksen et al. showed when they presented this contradictory discourse on pregnant women, particularly those with PGP. Many females do not plan new pregnancies because of the torment and disability due to PGP. This has already been taken into account. Key words: Torment, disability, Pregnant woman, Pelvic support.