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I am 61yrs old, having had a hysterectomy 17yrs ago (leaving ovaries) what is left to cause a prolapse?

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Dr. Sanjay Kumar
Internal Medicine 38 years experience
Pelvic organs: Urinary bladder and/or rectum. Incontinence is a common problem due to prolapse.
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