Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles with Kegel exercises is a great way to do this In mild instances of uterine prolapse, this may be the only course of action required. Tighten your pelvic muscles as though you’re attempting to hold back pee while doing Kegel exercises. Relax your muscles after ten seconds of holding them tense. Do this ten times. These exercises may be done at any time and in any place (up to four times a day).
Pessary for the urethra: It is a doughnut-shaped device made of rubber or plastic that fits around or beneath the uterus (cervix). The uterus is supported and held in place by this device. An OB-GYN will fit the pessary and install it, which must be cleaned often and removed before to sexual intercourse.
Surgery to remove the uterus (hysterectomy) for prolapse may be used to treat this condition, as well. An incision in the vagina (for a vaginal hysterectomy) or the abdomen may be used to perform this surgery (abdominal hysterectomy). The uterus is removed during a hysterectomy, which is a severe procedure that eliminates the possibility of becoming pregnant.
When the uterus is returned to its natural position, this treatment is used to fix a prolapse without a hysterectomy being performed. By reattaching the pelvic ligaments to the lower region of the uterus, it is possible to perform uterine suspension. Surgery may be performed either via a patient’s vagina or through their abdominal.
An examination of the pelvis by the doctor will reveal whether the uterus has descended from its usual position. An examination of the vagina and the uterus is carried out using a speculum, a medical device that allows the doctor to view within the vagina. Your healthcare professional will examine your vagina for any signs of the uterus descending into the cervix.