Saima Sadaf, Sidra Shafiq, Lubna Zafar, Tasneem Shehzadi, Atoofa Rasheed
Background: Urinary Tract Infections and Urinary Incontinence are common among women. International Continence Society defined Urinary incontinence as involuntary loss of urine that is hygienic or social hazard and is demonstrable objectively. Objective: The objective of the study was finding out level of urinary incontinence in post-childbirth females. Methods: It was cross sectional survey. Females from Residential communities of Lahore were surveyed. As per convenience 390 females were contacted. Sampling technique was convenience sampling. Inclusion criteria were covering all healthy adult female population more than age of 18 years and less than that of 45 years. However, the population having known gynecology disease were excluded. Data collection tool was comprised Demographics and The Revised Urinary Incontinence Scale. Data was analyzed by using SPSS V.21. Results: The results showed that mean and standard deviation of age= 4.0+2.74 Total Revised urinary incontinence scale (RIUS) Score=28.3+5.3, Health Related Quality of Life=7.5+1.8, Percentage of Health-Related Quality of Life= 30.20+7.29. P-Value =<0.05. Conclusion: The findings concluded that mild level of urinary incontinence present in post-childbirth young females. Keywords: Incontinence, Urinary Incontinence, Pregnancy, Childbirth.