Prolapsed Uterus Topic Guide
Prolapsed Uterus: Prolapsed uterus is a condition where a portion or all of the uterus prolapses into our outside of the vagina. Causes of prolapsed uterus include pregnancy, obesity, menopause, advanced age, excessive weight lifting, and conditions that strain the abdomen (chronic coughing with bronchitis, asthma, or constipation). Treatment of a prolapsed uterus is surgery or a pessary.
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Vaginal Prolapse Vaginal prolapse is a condition in which the structures like the uterus, rectum, urethra, bladder, small bowel, or the vagina itself, prolapses, or falls out of its normal position. Causes of vaginal prolapse include pregnancy, menopause, or hysterectomy. Symptoms of vaginal prolapse include difficulty emptying the bowel or bladder, urinary stress incontinence and more. Treatment for vaginal prolapse include therapy and surgery.
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