Uterine prolapse

What is Uterine prolapse?

It is a condition in which the muscles particularly the ligaments that hold the uterus in position in the abdomen get loose. It happens to women in nearly old age or after multiple pregnancies that may or may not be complicated. It is a well correctable condition through surgery which may/ may not include the removal of the uterus depending on the presence of co-morbid tumorous condition.

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my mother who is 80 years of age has uterine prolapse as she had partial hysterectomy 40 years ago...they left her a partial of her uterus. Is...

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Yes, these days there is no age limit for surgery & any patient who is fit as suggested by an anesthetist can have...

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Sir,my brothers wife has a uterous dislocation.The mouth of the uterous is seemingly projected outside and bleeding and excessive fluid comes...

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Your relative has what we called uterine prolapse. There are many kinds of surgeries available but since she is young and want to concieve,...

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Over the past six weeks I have had the following symptoms:
-decreased appetite (lost 6 pounds)
-excessive watery vaginal discharge

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You are right, uterine prolapse is the cause for your entire presentation

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