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Prolapsed Bladder After Hysterectomy
What are the signs of bladder prolapse after hysterectomy 2 months, and is it dangerous and can it be fixed? Thank you.
Bulge: Most women describe a feeling like a bulge in their vagina. If your bladder has prolapsed, you can put your finger down and feel a ball-like structure poking out between your labia. Women also describe a pressure sensation. It's not dangerous save for the fact that sometimes puts you at increased risk for bladder infections. Yes it can definitely be fixed with pessary or surgery. See your md! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
I have a trip booked with family for disneyland, but developed a bladder prolapse after 2.5 months from hysterectomy surgery with ant/post repair. I'musing sea sponge pessary and it helps, is ok to go?
Had a hysterectomy 3yrs ago, been having abdominal cramps, lower back pain like my cycle is started. I have a mesh bladder sling d/t bladder prolapse?
Several possible : Reasons for abdominal cramping and low back pain after a hysterectomy. Possible reasons could be - a cyst on an ovary or tube, intestinal problem such as constipation or another issue, or a musculoskeletal problem. You will need to speak to your doctor and get an exam to figure this out. ...Read more
Sudden pelvic pressure, cramps, hard to urinate, swollen abdomen,heartburn for 1 month in 50 yr old,hysterectomy kept ovaries, bladder prolapse?
I've had a bladder sling and hysterectomy 8 years ago. now i think i have a vaginal vault prolapse with a rectocele…what can be done?
Prolapse: Prolapse can be relieved by the use of a pessary on occasion or by surgical correction. The most common procedure is the sacrospinous fixation. The best thing for you to do is see a Gyn for further evaluation. With vault prolapse it is often best to seek out a Gyn that specializes in surgery or robotics, although most generalists can help. Hope this helps. DrG ...Read more
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