Dr Dimple Doshi

Dr Dimple Doshi

Cystocele repair Surgery

Cystocele repair; also known as anterior colporrhaphy in medical terms; may be done with or without mesh placement. It is called anterior or front as the urinary bladder is in front of the vagina.

During the procedure, a surgeon aims to restore the natural position of the bladder and strengthen supporting tissues. This may involve using sutures or mesh to provide structural support. Cystocele repair is performed to alleviate symptoms like urinary incontinence, pelvic pressure, or discomfort, enhancing the overall quality of life for individuals experiencing pelvic organ prolapse. As with any surgical intervention, consultation with a healthcare professional is crucial for a thorough evaluation, discussion of potential risks and benefits, and personalized treatment recommendations.

Dr. Dimple Doshi at Vardaan Hospital; believes prevention is better than cure, and thus apart from the precise treatment guidelines; preventive measures are an essential part of our consultations with the patients who have either had it or want to know more about it.

In concclusion, cystocele repair surgery stands as a valuable solution for addressing the discomfort and challenges associated with pelvic organ prolapse. By restoring the natural positioning of the bladder and reinforcing supporting tissues, this procedure offers relief from symptoms like urinary incontinence and pelvic pressure. While cystocele repair can significantly enhance the quality of life for those affected, it is crucial to recognize that individual experiences may vary.

  1. You will be asked not to drink or eat at least 6 hours before the surgery.
  2. Your detailed history including that of anymedicines you are taking; allergies; surgeries or any illnesses.

Anesthesia: Usually regional; local or general may be used.

Procedure: The vagina is opened by putting an incision. The vaginal skin is separeated from the underlying fascia.he defect is sutured . Excess vaginal skin is removed and incision is closed with absorbable stiches.

You will be asked to avoid lifting heavy weights; long periods of standing; sexual intercourse and eessive straining with bowel movements.

  • Anesthesia related complications
  • Damage to surrounding structures like urethra; bladder
  • Bladder spasms and irritable bladder
  • Urine leakage into the vagina or fistula
  • Infection
  • Bleeding