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Prolapsed Bladder (cont.)

Prevention

A high-fiber diet and a daily intake of plenty of fluids can reduce a person's risk of developing constipation. Straining during bowel movements should be avoided, if possible. Women with long-term constipation should seek medical attention in order to lessen the chance of developing a prolapsed bladder. Heavy lifting is associated with prolapsed bladder and should be avoided, if possible.Obesity is a risk factor for developing a prolapsed bladder. Weight control may help prevent this condition from developing.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/30/2014
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