Can Uterine Prolapse Be Corrected Without Surgery?
You may be able to ease any of the effects of pelvic organ prolapse on your own if you try Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic muscles.
- Kegel movements help to reinforce the muscles of the pelvic floor. A healthy pelvic floor gives the pelvic organs more protection, stops prolapse from progressing, and relieves the effects of uterine prolapse.
- To do Kegel exercises, tighten (contract) the pelvic floor muscles as though you were attempting to keep gas from flowing into your body.
- Hold the contraction for five seconds, then relax for the same amount of time. Start by keeping for two seconds and then relaxing for three seconds if this is too challenging.
- Eventually, you should be able to hold the contractions for 10 seconds at a time.
- Every day, try to complete at least three sets of ten repetitions.
- Eat high-fibre meals to prevent constipation and straining while bowel movements are needed. Simple self-care steps can provide relief or help prevent worsening prolapse if your uterine prolapse causes little or no symptoms. Self-care steps include strengthening the pelvic muscles with Kegel stretches, gaining weight, and curing constipation.
- A vaginal pessary is a silicone or rubber tube that is placed into the vaginal canal to protect bulging tissues. A pessary must be cleaned daily. Since more weight puts strain on your pelvic muscles, it’s essential to maintain a healthy weight. Lifting large objects that place strain on the pelvic muscles should be avoided.
Uterine Prolapse can be corrected with the right ayurvedic treatment. We, at Uterus Prolapsed Kalptaru Herbal Therapy Centre, are committed to helping you.