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Table 2 Criteria for the domains of questions

From: Pelvic organ prolapse and treatment decisions– developing an online preference-sensitive tool to support shared decisions

Important criteria -Derived from the five themes found in field research Domains Impact on questions
Hormone level The domain of symptoms Led to 1 question about hormone level
A feeling of heaviness Led to 7 questions in the survey
Introductory text:
What problems do you want the treatment to address?
E.g., question 3 (bulging) (Fig. 4) or question 4 (micturion) (Fig. 5).
A bulge in the vagina
Micturion problems
Defecation problems
The impact of the problems on sex life
The importance of sex life in the future
Worries and thoughts
Willingness to take risks in relation to sudden treatment-related problems The domain of risk Led to 3 questions in the survey
Introductory text:
Risk taking / Your willingness to take risks
Willingness to take risks in relation to transient treatment-related problems
Willingness to take risks in relation to long-lasting treatment-related problems
Hormones - applied in the vagina The domain of effort Led to 5 questions in the survey
Introductory text: Your willingness and ability for certain treatment consequences
Sick leave
Financial expenses
Pelvic floor muscle training
Lifestyle changes