|Outcomes (number of studies)||Comparisons||Weighted event rates||RBI (95% CI)||NNT (CI)|
|*Abbreviations defined in glossary; RBI, NNT, and CI calculated from data in article. Follow up durations varied between studies and were not reported.|
|Self reported cure (2)||PFMT v NT||16% v 2%||625% (99 to 2549)||7 (5 to 14)|
|Self reported cure or improvement (2)||PFMT v NT||80% v 3%||2204% (656 to 6922)||1.3 (1.2 to 1.5)|
|Self reported cure (2)||PFMT v Pl||33% v 10%||212% (56 to 523)||4 (3 to 9)|
|Self reported cure or improvement (3)||PFMT v Pl||80% v 52%||53% (26 to 87)||4 (3 to 6)|
|Self reported cure (3)||Intensive v standard PFMT||38% v 25%||47% (17 to 84)||8 (5 to 20)|
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