What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?
When the muscles and ligaments supporting a woman's girdle organs weaken, the girdle organs will drop lower within the pelvis, making a bulge within the epithelial duct (prolapse).Women most typically develop girdle organ prolapse years once accouchement, once a excision or once biological time.If you've got symptoms, such as a feeling of pressure in your pelvic area, see your health care provider.
What are the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse?
• A feeling of pressure or fullness in the pelvic area.
• A backache low in the back.
• Painful intercourse.
• A feeling that something is falling out of the vagina.
• Urinary problems such as leaking of urine or a chronic urge to urinate.
How do you treat pelvic organ prolapse?
In a case you are looking for a way through which your pelvic floor problems get fixed, then you can try these non surgical ways to treat the pelvic organ prolapse condition. Which can help you treat the problems such as stress incontinence, fecal incontinence, urinary urge incontinence. These exercises could be done at the time of pregnancy also.
Nonsurgical treatments include –
1. Kegel exercises - it helps the pelvic area to gain strength. To start it, you need to find the right muscle, to identify your pelvic muscles you can stop urination in the midstream. After identifying your pelvic muscles you can do exercises in any position. In it, you need to stop urination midstream for a few seconds and then continue it. It can help in the problem of urine leakage. It could be repeated at least three times a day.
2. Pessary - this might be the first treatment, which could be suggested by the doctor.
It is a tool that appears like a hoop, which is made out of silicone, a harmless, soft, and nonabsorbent material got inserted in the vagina.It comes in gehrung additionally, which is a U shaped pessary used for more advanced prolapse.
Apart from that Gellhorn and cube preventive also are used for advanced stage prolapse.
This pessary should be taken out and cleaned in every three months.
Surgical treatments include –
1. Reconstructive surgery - its aim is to return organs on their actual position and this surgery helps to relocate the dislocate part. It is also used for breast reduction and reconstruction, hand & feet surgeries, facial surgeries, and microsurgery also
2. Obliterative surgery - its main aim is to provide support to the dislocated organs.
Can pelvic prolapse be reversed?
1. Breathing techniques - it is technique in which abdominal control is learnt.
With correct technique you'll be able to you'll be able to learnt a way to contract girdle muscles.
2. Kegel exercises - it helps pelvic area to gain strength. It is a process in which holding urine is a process, imagine you have to pee but instead of peeing, hold it for five seconds. Relax and then do it again. Do this at least 10 times a day.
3. Pessary - this might be the first treatment, which could be suggested by the doctor.
It is a tool that appears like a hoop, which got inserted in vagina.
This rings offer support to the organs by holding and supporting them.
How am i able to ease the pain of a prolapse?
Do exercises like Kegel exercise and respiratory technique, which helps to recover from the pain of prolapse.Maintaining a healthy weight, quit an unhealthy lifestyle, quit smoking as it can affect tissues. It can also reduce the likelihood feeling in you.
Can prolapse go away by itself?
Prolapse may be a dislocation of organs, that cannot heal themselves.
All you need is to consult a doctor, on basis of severity of your condition, he/she will advise you about the best possible treatments which can help you to heal the problem.
How do I know if I have a prolapsed uterus?
It could be caused by following conditions like loss of tissue after menopause, childbirth or pregnancy, loss of estrogen, obesity, smoking, family history, excess weight lifting, etc.