The uterus slips down and protrudes out of the vagina when the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments stretch and weaken and are no longer strong enough to maintain it. It can strike women of any age, although it is more frequent in postmenopausal women who have had two or more vaginal births.
While moderate uterine prolapse normally does not necessitate treatment, if the issue causes you discomfort or interferes with your daily activities, you should seek therapy.
Our Gynecologist will offer therapy based on the degree of your uterine prolapse. This might range from self-care to Pessary use to surgery.
We specialize in uterine prolapse correction using minimally invasive (laparoscopic) and vaginal surgery.
Surgical choices based on your situation include:
Our gynecologists will go over all of your treatment choices with you in detail, with an emphasis on uterine preservation. You will be informed about the risks and advantages of each choice so that you can make an informed selection that is best suited to your lifestyle and financial situation.