What Is The Treatment For Uterus Prolapse?

The type of treatment you need is determined by how fragile the supporting systems around your uterus have been.

At-home self-care

Kegel exercises will help you improve your pelvic muscles. This is done by relaxing the pelvic muscles as if attempting to avoid urine from flowing. This exercise stimulates and supports the diaphragm in the pelvis. Have the primary care practitioner show you how to remove and work out the muscles properly.

Prescription drugs

Estrogen (a hormone) cream, suppository ovules, or rings implanted into the vaginal wall tend to restore the vaginal tissues’ resilience and vitality. However, oestrogen is only prescribed to a small number of postmenopausal patients. Ayurvedic drugs have also been shown to be effective in the treatment of uterine prolapse.

Surgical procedures

The uterus may be repaired or removed depending on the age and whether you choose to get pregnant. A hysterectomy may be used to extract the uterus as necessary and in extreme situations. The surgeon may even fix sagging of the vaginal walls, urethra, bladder, or rectum during the procedure. The operation may be done by an open abdominal operation, vaginal surgery, or minor incisions in the abdomen or vaginal surgery using advanced tools.

Other types of treatment

If you do not want surgery or are a bad candidate for surgery, you will want to wear a pessary in your vaginal canal to protect your uterus when it falls. This may be seen on a temporary or permanent basis. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and must be tailored to your specific needs. A pessary will not be effective if the prolapse is serious. Pessaries will also irritate the interior of your vaginal wall, resulting in a foul-smelling discharge.

It is all about figuring out what would work best for you, and what would your body respond best to. If the organic and natural method is what you are looking for, Uterus Prolapsed Kalptaru Herbal Therapy Centre can help you! Contact us to know more!