How Can You Reverse Uterine Prolapse And How To Treat It?
The uterus sits between the bladder and the bowel, supporting them in their natural position. The bladder sits in front of the uterus straight above the pubic bone. If you trace with your finger from your navel (belly button) straight downward, the bladder sits somewhat to the right just above the pubic bone. The bowel sits behind the uterus. The rectum sits behind the bowel. If the uterus prolapses, it might tug the bladder down from above the pubic bone, and cause it to lump into the vaginal wall. When the bladder prolapses it is named as cystocele (pronounced sis-toe-seal). A cystocele might cause discomposure, incomplete draining of the bladder during urination and unsolicited leakage when you sneeze, cough, laugh, or move in any way that lays pressure on the bladder.
If you ask can a uterine prolapse be reversed, with a small first-degree prolapse, a pessary is not required–the exercises will reverse the prolapse. With a more substantial second or third degree prolapse that was insensitive to the alteration of Kegel exercises, a pessary will generally offer the required support to the uterus. Firming up the muscles of the vagina and pelvis with a modification of the Kegel exercises frequently improves pelvic muscle tone and uterine support. You might have heard of Kegel exercises, which might help slightly, but a simple modification of the Kegel exercises seems to give momentous and frequently entire resolution of a second-degree prolapse and will typically reverse a first-degree prolapse.