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Is there a non-surgical fix to prolapsed uterus ?
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Dr. Douglas Fronzaglia
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics
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In brief: Yes
A pessary is sometimes inserted into the vagina to support the uterus and surrounding structure.

In brief: Yes
A pessary is sometimes inserted into the vagina to support the uterus and surrounding structure.
Dr. Douglas Fronzaglia
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Dr. Lee Ann Roberts
Gynecology
In brief: Not really
There are only three choices for any pelvic support problem - do nothing, wear a pessary, or surgery.
As the problem is due to stretching of connective tissue, kegel exercises will not fix the problem. Wearing a pessary helps hold things in place but is not a fix and has some unpleasant side effects. If the patient is young, health, and active, surgery is the best option.

In brief: Not really
There are only three choices for any pelvic support problem - do nothing, wear a pessary, or surgery.
As the problem is due to stretching of connective tissue, kegel exercises will not fix the problem. Wearing a pessary helps hold things in place but is not a fix and has some unpleasant side effects. If the patient is young, health, and active, surgery is the best option.
Dr. Lee Ann Roberts
Dr. Lee Ann Roberts
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