Plenty of men and women–from young adults to seniors–accept life with less. For these untold millions, pelvic floor dysfunction and/or pain is a part of day-to-day living. It can show up in a number of ways, such as urinary frequency/urgency (or leakage), mild to chronic constipation, and pelvic pain or tension during sexual intercourse. Some figure their issue is an inevitable part of having surgery, giving birth, taking birth control, or simply getting older. The good news? It’s not, and you don’t have to live with it for much longer.