The severity of your symptoms and the location of the prolapsed organs will determine the course of therapy that is most appropriate for your situation.
Your symptoms may be manageable at home if they’re not too severe. Adopting new, healthier behaviors may alleviate a slew of your problems. Kegels are a kind of exercise that targets the muscles in the pelvis. Get to a healthy weight and keep it there. To avoid straining your pelvic muscles, avoid lifting heavy objects.
A pessary, which relieves the discomfort and pressure caused by pelvic organ prolapse, may be prescribed by your doctor if you continue to have symptoms. It is a gadget that you insert into your vagina. It aids in the stabilization of the female reproductive organs. The problem is that if you have significant prolapse, the pessary may not stay put.
If the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse are severe, another therapeutic option is surgery. For those who intend on having children, surgery may not be in your best interest. Your prolapse may recur as a result of the stress of giving delivery.
Having a prolapsed organ may give you a lot of discomforts, as well as problems with your bladder and intestines. You may also find it difficult to get pleasure out of sex because of the prolapse. Pelvic organ prolapse surgery involves repairing the tissue that holds a prolapsed organ in place.
The tissue surrounding your vagina may be repaired by surgery.
surgically removing your uterus or closing your vaginal opening (hysterectomy).
After surgery, a recurrence of pelvic organ prolapse is possible. You may speed up your recovery following surgery by doing Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles in your pelvis.