Vaginal Prolapse (cont.)
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Vaginal Prolapse Other Therapy
Physical therapy such as electrical stimulation and biofeedback may be used to help strengthen the muscles in the pelvis.
Vaginal Prolapse Follow-up
After surgery, most women can expect to return to a normal level of activity after 3 months.
A woman undergoing treatment should schedule follow-up visits with her doctor to evaluate progress. Pessaries need to be removed and cleaned at regular intervals to prevent infection.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 1/11/2016
George Lazarou, MD, FACOG
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