Many. The front wall of the vagina is immediately below the bladder separated by soft tissue. The vagina may lose the support over time due to factors like childbirth, gravity, repetitive coughing, heavy lifting, and genetic predisposition. When the vagina loses the support by any mechanisim, it tends to come down and eventually protrude throught the vaginal opening.
Muscle weakness. A drop in the angle of your bladder is from a cystocele.
Severe prolapse bladder need surgery prolapse bladder sever hanging out like a softball size plus age 45. Need sugergy scared and worried about recovery surgery and more please if anyone know where I can get good information about this let me know kindl
I. I am sorry that you are having to go through this. Bladder prolapse surgery is fairly common, and most women get very good results from it. Bladder prolapse occurs after the muscles weaken around the bladder and vagina, often after childbirth. Please be sure you are seeing a board certified gynecologist or urologist for your surgery. Be sure and carefully follow the post-operative instructions regarding rest and lifting, and don't return to early to your regular activities. I am sure you will do fine, and I wish you the best.
I recently had an operation to repair my prolapse bladder but still get pain in my pubic bone on right side and under my buttock any idea what it is?
Post-op pain. Pain may be related to surgery, possibly a nerve irritation. Pain may improve with time. Talk to your surgeon. Try ibuprofen.
Unsure. Some unusual, pain can occur for many weeks after surgery. If this pain is significant, myth should see your surgeon and be sure there is nothing serious going on.
Proloapse. Any abdominal contraction that produces pelvic pressure, ie breath holding or valsalva, or straining can aggravate prolapse, ther are gentle abdominal exercises that will not like tummy rolls and abdominla contaction while breathing easy.
Suspension. There is a surgical procedure to address prolapse. You urologist or gyn can check that for you.
Vaginal protrusion. The front wall of the vagina is immediately below the bladder separated by soft tissue. The vagina may lose the support over time due to factors like childbirth, gravity, repetitive coughing, heavy lifting, and genetic predisposition. When the vagina loses the support by any mechanisim, it tends to come down and eventually protrude throught the vaginal opening.
Fallen bladder. The support between the bladder and vagina breaks down allowing the bladder to fall down into the vagina. This can result in the incontinence pressure urinary urgency and pain.
Sure. Your bladder is prolapsing because of loss of muscle tone in your pelvis. Jumping rope creates downward pressure which could cause worsening of your symptoms. It might be helpful to contract your muscles or "kegel" during jumping to try to protect your pelvic muscles and decrease prolapse risk.
Bladder prolapse. Forever usually.