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Noticed a small white ball when passing urine, when stood up went inside. Is it a cyst?

My mother is above 60 years. When she has gone for urine she found one amla sized white ball came out and when stood up with fear its went inside and disappear. Is it any syst or what? She is afraiding to go to doctor to test. we are away from her. So can you advise us is it serious or its common like silent syst. Please advise me imm.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, some thing comming out of vagina when a female strains for urination or defecation is prolapse of uterus , it generally happens in females of more than 60 years of age ,especially if females have given birth to several children, it is due to the laxaity of pelvic floor muscles that occurs with age, it is not a serious problem, she needs to see a gyneocologist who after examining her will advise her depending up on the stage of prolapse .
wish you good luck
Dr Aarshad
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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