• Shomali Shomali
    May 22, 2010
    Can I have a baby after being diagnosed with prolapsed uterus
    Shomali Shomali
    May 22, 2010

    Can I have a baby after being diagnosed with prolapsed uterus

     

    32 years old female after having two large babies, she has been diagnosed with first stages of prolapsed uterus. The question is, she would like to have another baby, will getting pregnant again cause risk on her life?

     

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  • Merely Me
    Health Guide
    May 22, 2010
    Merely Me
    Health Guide
    May 22, 2010

    Hello

     

    Are you asking this question for someone else?

     

    First let me give you some information about prolapsed uterus and what that means as well as possible treatment for it.

     

    And here is a web site devoted to discussing uterine prolapse and during pregnancy.  It seems it is possible to have more pregnancies but the doctor may have to treat the prolapse.

     

    My best suggestion is to consult with a doctor about what the risks are and what can be done prior to conception to decrease any possible health risks.

     

    Hope this helps.  Thank you for your question.

    • Shomali
      May 23, 2010
      Shomali
      May 23, 2010

      Thanks Merely Me.

      Yes, I am asking this question on behalf of my sister-in-law who lives does not have Internet access.  She's been advised to do pelvic floor exercises and if this does not help, surgery is on the table.  She's not happy with the surgery but if it will help her for the next baby then it is worth it.

       

      Thanks a lot for your answer.

       

       

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