Many women develop vaginal prolapse problems as the result of pregnancy, menopause and aging process. Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the support system of the vagina is weakened or collapsed, causing the uterus, bladder or rectum to fall into the vagina. Women with this problem may feel pelvic pressure, incomplete urination or bowel movements, urinary leaking or a bulge at the vaginal opening. The most common bladder problem is stress urinary incontinence. Women with this problem experience urinary leaking while coughing, sneezing or doing heavy activities.

We have extensive experience in evaluating and treating these problems. Non-surgical approach involves the use of pessaries. When surgery is indicated, we reconstruct the pelvic anatomy to help our patients restore normal functioning.

The pelvic organ prolapse problems we treat include:
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Prolapse of the Urethra (Urethrocele)
  • Prolapse of the Bladder (Cystocele)
  • Prolapse of the Rectum (Rectocele)
  • Prolapse of the Uterus (Uterine Descensus)
  • Prolapse of the Vaginal Vault (Vaginal Vault Prolapse)
  • Herniated Small Bowel (Enterocele)
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