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What surgically can be done for a dropped bladder?
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Dr. Robert Harris
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology
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In brief: Minimally invasive
There are several approaches to repair and most are performed on an outpatient basis.
Look at www.Augs.Org for more information.

In brief: Minimally invasive
There are several approaches to repair and most are performed on an outpatient basis.
Look at www.Augs.Org for more information.
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Dr. PAUL EUN
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Repair
Surgical procedure can be performed in an attempt to restore the vaginal anatomy to its original condition.
This involves making an incision on the front wall of the vagina and reapproximating the tissue that tore apart and building the supportive tissue between the bladder and vagina. Redundant vaginal tissue is trimmed. Occasionally, synthetic or biological material may be used to augment.

In brief: Repair
Surgical procedure can be performed in an attempt to restore the vaginal anatomy to its original condition.
This involves making an incision on the front wall of the vagina and reapproximating the tissue that tore apart and building the supportive tissue between the bladder and vagina. Redundant vaginal tissue is trimmed. Occasionally, synthetic or biological material may be used to augment.
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