Uterine Prolapse Treatment surgery in Vadodara

Uterine Prolapse

Uterine prolapse occurs when the uterus slips from its normal position and passes down into the vagina. This occurs when the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments become strained and no longer support the uterus. Though it may happen at any age, postmenopausal women who have had one or more vaginal births are more likely to develop uterine prolapse. For Uterine Prolapse treatment surgery in Vadodara, Call now at 72279 82345  Or visit Sankalp Hospital at Vasna Raod.
Uterine Prolapse treatment surgery in Vadodara

What are the symptoms of uterine prolapse?

Uterine prolapse symptoms include:

  • Heavy sensation in the pelvis.
  • Difficulty in bowel movements.
  • Tissue protruding from the vagina.
  • Increased vaginal discharge or bleeding
  • During intercourse, there may be pain or discomfort.
  • Regularly occurring bladder infections.
  • Feeling of something falling out of the vagina.
  • Urinary incontinence.

What are the causes of uterine prolapse?

The primary cause of uterine prolapse is the weakening of pelvic muscles and supporting tissues. This might happen for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Pregnancy, particularly vaginal childbirth.
  • Delivery of a large-sized baby.
  • Obesity.
  • A persistent cough or bronchitis.
  • Regularly lifting large weights.
  • Obstacles or trauma during childbirth.
  • Lower oestrogen levels after menopause.
  • Chronic constipation.
  • Certain risk factors might increase the likelihood of uterine prolapse. Some of the risk factors include: growing older.
  • Multiple deliveries.
  • Previous pelvic surgery
  • Genetic causes.

Complications such as cystocele (bladder bulging into the vagina) and rectocele may result from uterine prolapse (rectum bulging into the vagina). When the uterus protrudes from the vagina, ulcers occur as a result of contact with the vagina, which may get infected.

How to diagnose uterine prolapse?

A basic pelvic exam may be used to identify the illness by a doctor or gynecologist. A speculum is put into the vagina, providing the doctor to inspect the vaginal canal and the uterus. After a thorough evaluation, the doctor can assess the degree and extent of prolapse and propose appropriate therapy.

What is the treatment for uterine prolapse?

Mild occurrences of uterine prolapse may not always need treatment. Some broad advice, such as keeping a healthy weight, avoiding hard lifting, kegel exercises, and so on, are adequate to keep the condition under control. If the problem is moderate or severe, the doctor may suggest one of the following treatment options:

  • Pessary: it is a plastic or a rubber ring inserted into the vagina to support the tissues.
  • Vaginal estrogen may be administered because it increases the strength and regeneration capacity of vaginal tissues. However, it is not a full therapy in and of itself and is generally used in conjunction with other forms of treatment.
  • If the problem is severe, surgical treatment may be required. The goal of the procedure might be to repair impaired pelvic floor tissues by grafting tissue or synthetic material to weakened pelvic floor structures or to repair weaker pelvic floor structures.
  • Hysterectomy– The uterus is removed during a hysterectomy, which is only performed in exceptional cases.
  • Laparoscopy-The procedures may be carried out utilizing minimally invasive techniques (laparoscopy). Surgical procedures are often avoided by women who want to conceive again.
For more information & consultation on Uterine Prolapse Treatment Surgery in Vadodara, visit Sankalp Hospital at Vasna Road or contact us on 72279 82345
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