Pelvic organ prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs due to lack or reduced support and results in anatomical abnormalities of following organs:
- Vaginal Vault, following a hysterectomy
- small intestines(enterocele)
- Pelvic organ prolapse can range from mild to severe.
Symptoms of prolapse are:
- Pressure And pain
- Difficult urination or bowel movements
- Pain or discomfort during sex
- Palpable protrusion of tissue through the vagina
Pelvic Prolapse Treatment:
- Pessary: A pessary is a small, doughnut-shaped device made out of plastic or rubber that can be inserted into the vagina.
- Kegel exercises: Perform 20 repetitions of this exercise 3-5 times per day.
- Weight loss
- Surgery:Obliterative surgery or Reconstructive
- Sacrospinous ligament fixation
- Colporrhaphy, anterior & posterior
- Vaginal mesh
- Recovery from Reconstructive Surgery
- 4-6 weeks