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What's the best way to improve a prolapse uterus?
9 doctors weighed in

Dr. Sheila Goodman
Obstetrics & Gynecology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Can't improve it
You can't actually do anything to improve prolapse.
The good news is that prolapse isn't dangerous. Treatments are for the symptoms you may have: pain, pressure, difficulty with urinating or having a bowel movement. A pessary or physical therapy may help. Surgical options range from hysterectomy to bladder procedures.

In brief: Can't improve it
You can't actually do anything to improve prolapse.
The good news is that prolapse isn't dangerous. Treatments are for the symptoms you may have: pain, pressure, difficulty with urinating or having a bowel movement. A pessary or physical therapy may help. Surgical options range from hysterectomy to bladder procedures.
Dr. Sheila Goodman
Dr. Sheila Goodman
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Dr. William Dailey
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Several options
Uterine prolapse can be a very distressing problem. There is no "best" way to treat it.
Some women use pessaries (devices inserted intra-vaginally) to help keep things "situated") but there are also surgical options. I would consult your ob/gyn to discuss your options and to help come up with a solution that is a good fit for you.

In brief: Several options
Uterine prolapse can be a very distressing problem. There is no "best" way to treat it.
Some women use pessaries (devices inserted intra-vaginally) to help keep things "situated") but there are also surgical options. I would consult your ob/gyn to discuss your options and to help come up with a solution that is a good fit for you.
Dr. William Dailey
Dr. William Dailey
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