Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Last updated: 12 Nov 2021  |  13503 Views  | 

 Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Uterus Bladder The rectum is the organ closest to the vagina, so it can be pushed or dropped through it. Prolapse of the uterus. Bladder or cystocele. Prolapsed rectum or rectocele. Caused by the slack muscle organs through the vagina Prolapsed rectum is more common in women than men.

The main cause of childbirth is because it affects the immobilization of the pelvic floor muscles. Age or menopause affects slack. Including estrogen that affects the fixation of tissue near the bladder, rectum, vagina and decreases when entering menopause, lifting heavy objects, being overweight, coughing for a long time. contraction as the bowel moves Or cancer can cause muscle slack.
Mild to moderate cases may include abdominal pressure, pain in the lower back, pain in the organs that seem to come out, urinary incontinence, especially when coughing, sneezing, laughing, which is caused by intestinal problems. severe slack case You will feel tightness in your lower abdomen or a lump. disappear when lying down urinary problems abnormal bowel movements Pelvic pain, abdominal discomfort, burning sensation when urinating having problems while having sex

from physical examination Including internal examination, blood test, urinalysis, ultrasound, cystourethrogram, which is a radiograph during urination for the appearance of the bladder.

If internal organs are severely slack, they should be treated. If symptoms are mild to moderate, just observe symptoms and avoid constipation, lifting heavy objects, coughing, sneezing, eating foods high in fiber. Practicing the vagina and exercises that help strengthen the bladder and vagina If doing all of this does not work. It switched to using a device used for insertion into the vagina to support the prolapsed pelvic organs. If it doesn't work again would have to have surgery Postmenopausal women take hormone replacement therapy.

Things to do
Practice your chin when lifting heavy objects, coughing, sneezing, or laughing.
Tell your doctor if you have trouble urinating. vaginal bleeding or a sheath that is inserted in the vagina and comes off
Eat nutritious foods with fiber, fruits and drink plenty of water to prevent constipation.
Chronic cough should be treated should not smoke
should maintain a standard weight

don't do
do not lift heavy objects

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