Prolapse of the pelvic organs is generally a nonthreatening problem. You should contact your physician for an evaluation if you are having bothersome symptoms, and you suspect you might have this problem. It is also important to report changes in urinary symptoms to your doctor, since urinary infections are a possible complication of prolapse.
Minor prolapse of the uterus or bladder can be corrected with strengthening exercises of the pelvic floor muscles....Read more
A family member called me this week regarding a friend who was having a painful pressure sensation in her pelvic area. After testing... Read more »
Menopause comes with all sorts of changes to the body. One change that some women experience but can’t see is a pelvic organ prolapse.... Read more »