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How are you diagnosed with a cystocele?

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Dr. Robert Greer
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Visually

If during a female exam the dr asks you to "bear down-as if having a bowel movement" we are looking for any weakness in the "pelvic floor"which is the area from the bottom of your pubic hair to your tail-bone.
A bulge here suggests to us where the weakness is.

In brief: Visually

If during a female exam the dr asks you to "bear down-as if having a bowel movement" we are looking for any weakness in the "pelvic floor"which is the area from the bottom of your pubic hair to your tail-bone.
A bulge here suggests to us where the weakness is.
Dr. Robert Greer
Dr. Robert Greer
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Dr. Michael Hulse
Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Physical exam.

A cystocele is usually diagnosed by physical exam. Your doctor will have you bear down while watching your bladder.
If the bladder prolapses or drops towards or through the vaginal opening that's a cystocele. It is best to perform exam with you lying down and with you standing up.

In brief: Physical exam.

A cystocele is usually diagnosed by physical exam. Your doctor will have you bear down while watching your bladder.
If the bladder prolapses or drops towards or through the vaginal opening that's a cystocele. It is best to perform exam with you lying down and with you standing up.
Dr. Michael Hulse
Dr. Michael Hulse
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