Are You Suffering from Uterine Prolapse? Read on!

Uterine prolapse ensues when the uterus slides out of place and into the vaginal canal. The severity of uterine prolapse is demarcated as:

  • First degree (mild): the cervix (the lower opening of the uterus into the vagina) projects into the lower third of the vagina
  • Second degree (moderate): the cervix projects past the vaginal opening
  • Third degree (severe): the whole uterus sticks outof the vaginal opening

The uterus is usually supported by pelvic connective tissue and held in position by exceptional ligaments. Wearying of the tissue causes the uterus to drop away into the vaginal canal.

Risk Factors

These aspects are associated with an enlarged risk of uterine prolapse:

  •  Multiple pregnancies and vaginal deliveries
  •   Retroverted uterus (sited backwards from normal)
  •   Age (particularly after menopause )
  •   Obesity
  •   Big uterine or ovarian tumors
  •   Activities that upsurge pressure on the belly and pelvis such as severe or long-standing constipation, chronic coughing (particularly in smokers) and hefty lifting

Prevention of uterine prolapse

As with any medical disorder, uterine prolapse might or might not be avoidable. To decrease the risk of uterine prolapse developing, contemplate the following:

  • Perform Kegel exercises recurrently
  •   Avoid and treat constipation
  •   Sidestep heavy lifting
  •   Use accurate body mechanics whenever lifting is required
  •   Manage chronic coughing
  •   Maintain a healthy weight through diet and workout
  •   Consider estrogen replacement therapy during menopause.

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