Mild degree prolapse may not exhibit any symptoms, but most women with major prolapse may experience the following:
The weakening of the supporting tissues of the pelvic floor causes female genital prolapse. Common factors are:
The key to prevention is to strengthen the pelvic muscles. Pelvic floor exercises are very much advised during pregnancy and after childbirth to help new mothers to regain normal pelvic anatomy and avoid any issues.
For patients who do not wish to undergo surgical operation, they may choose to have pessaries inserted in their vagina to relieve the symptoms temporarily. For menopausal women, estrogen creams may be applied into the vagina.
Biofeedback and pelvic floor rehabilitation are both breakthrough medical procedures for female genital prolapse.
Curative surgery is performed to correct the defects and restore normal anatomy and sexual function. Procedures include fastening the bladder and/or uterus and/or vagina, or “tightening” the vagina. Surgery is done through either the vagina or abdomen, depending on the condition.
Our center offers the latest minimally invasive techniques to guarantee our patients no pain after operation and quick recovery time.