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Having prolapsed uterus, pain in the hip. Effective way to correct this problem?

Hi Doctor, I have a query about my prolapsed uterus .It started to protrude outwards nowadays.My age is 35 years and I am a mother of two children of 8 and 5 years of age respectively.Both my deliveries were normal and the birth weight of the elder was 4 Kg and that of the younger was 5.05 Kg.I have been having pain at my hip since my second delivery.I am very much worried about this problem.So kindly advise me about the possible and effective way to correct this problem.Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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I really appreciate your concern if this is the prolapse of uterus then the severity of this is matter if this is marginal then supportive measurement would give good result that includes the placement of device or if this sever then surgery is the only option there, you better have word with your gynecologist, hope this information helps you have nice day.
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