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What happens in prolapse of the uterus after giving birth?

What happens in prolapse of the uterus after giving birth?

Postpatum prolapse: After delivery, all pelvic organs are very lax, large and vascular.One has to wait 6-12 weeks for 'return to normal'.All young people have a good deal of resilience of their tissues and many organs which looked impossible to reduce do regress into their original position-specially with use of kegel's exercises.My advice will be to wait and watch! ...Read more

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Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more


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Afraid of giving birth with a rectocele, a cystocele and a minor uterine prolapse?

Afraid of giving birth with a rectocele, a cystocele and a minor uterine prolapse?

This should be: something that your physician/ obstetrician should be able to handle. Let your provider know about your concerns. Take care. ...Read more

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When will my uterus be back to normal after giving birth?

When will my uterus be back to normal after giving birth?

6 weeks: Usually by your 6 week postpartum check your uterus is back to normal size. Breastfeeding helps the uterus to shrink and also decreases your bleeding after delivery. ...Read more

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Uterus still very large and hard 4 weeks after giving birth. Is this common?

Uterus still very large and hard 4 weeks after giving birth. Is this common?

Yes, maybe: It may take up to 6 weeks for the uterus to return to its original size. As long as there is no bleeding or pain, it is normal for the uterus to be enlarged and firm. It is best to be examined by your OB to make sure the uterus is appropriate size for this stage of the post partum period. ...Read more

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How long does it take for my low uterus (they said its still low) after giving birth via c-section to go up again to the right place and not be low?

???: Your uterus is supposed to involute or get smaller with time, it does not go up but shrinks smaller, hopefully u do not ahae any prolapse everything is pretty much normal by 6-8 weeks. ...Read more

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I have severe and constant pain in my uterus area. Feels like I am giving birth but I am not pregnant. What should I do? What could it possibly be?

I have severe and constant pain in my uterus area. Feels like I am giving birth but I am not pregnant. What should I do? What could it possibly be?

Pain: Lower abdomen cramping can be caused by any structures in the area... The bowel also lives there... Go and see your doc for an exam to check for an abnormality with either. ...Read more

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Can rectal and uterine prolapse cause problems if I get pregnant again? Worried about the birth. I have been doing exercises but getting worse

Can rectal and uterine prolapse cause problems if I get pregnant again? Worried about the birth. I have been doing exercises but getting worse

No: Having rectal and uterine prolapse should not really cause any pregnancy related issues. However, you may experience discomfort from added pressure in the pelvic area and trouble with constipation and emptying the rectum. It most likely will worsen after delivery. Pelvic floor therapy may be helpful after pregnancy. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: prolapse of the uterus?

What is the definition or description of: prolapse of the uterus?

Prolapse: When there is a weakening or tear in the support structures (ligaments) of the pelvis, the pelvic contents may fall lower in the pelvis or even begin to protrude through the vagina. This is known as prolapse. It can be very minor or very severe (the entire uterus and bladder protrude through the vaginal opening). ...Read more

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What is the difference between prolapse of the vagina and prolapse of the uterus?

What is the difference between prolapse of the vagina and prolapse of the uterus?

Type of vaginal prol: Vaginal prolapse is a condition when structures like uterus,rectum.bladder,urethra or small bowel or the vagina itself may begin to fall out of their normal positions.Withoout treatment these strucures may prolapsed even further down in vagina and out of the vaginal opening. Network of muscles,ligaments and skin in and around womens vagina acts as a support that keep all in place.When it wekens ca ...Read more