Uterine prolapse is often reported as “ something coming out through the vagina “. Prolapse occurs when the pelvic muscles of a woman weaken and are no longer having the strength to support the uterus; bladder or rectum. As a result, these structures can slip down and protrude out of the vagina, and this is PROLAPSE.
Uterine prolapse can occur in women of any age. But most commonly it affects postmenopausal women who have had vaginal deliveries.
Mild uterine prolapse does not require any treatment, but if the uterine prolapse makes you uncomfortable or disrupts your normal life; you should seek treatment for that.
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.
Uterine prolapse is often associated with prolapse of other pelvic organs. Like:
What is the treatment of uterine prolapse?
Uterine prolapse can be treated by surgical and nonsurgical methods.
Your gynaecologist will suggest you the right treatment depending on the symptoms and severity of your prolapse, your general health, age and future family planning.