Uterine Prolapse describes the situation where the position of the uterus has shifted towards the vaginal opening. Left untreated the uterus eventually leaves the body entirely, and hangs within an inverted vagina.
Uterine Prolapse occurs due to either damage or weakening of the connective tissue attachments of the uterus, damage or weakening of the pelvic floor muscles, or a combination of both.
The two most common causes are vaginal birth (causing damage) and menopause (causing weakening).
The Specialist Gynaecologists at Gynae North can treat uterine prolapse using:
At Gynae North, we work closely with our patients to ensure that you are educated and counselled about your gynaecological health, allowing you to make informed, considered decisions before you embark on treatment.
Once your Doctor has recommended treatment for uterine prolapse, our experienced team will be on hand to guide you through the process.
To arrange an appointment or to find out more, please contact the team at Gynae North.