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How is pelvic support problems diagnosed?
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Dr. Edward Levy
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Physical Exam
A thorough pelvic exam by an experienced gynecologist or urogynecologist is usually sufficient to determine the characteristics and stage of the prolapse.
Treatment options depend on your goals and includes no treatment, vaginal pessaries, pelvic floor physical therapy, or surgery.

In brief: Physical Exam
A thorough pelvic exam by an experienced gynecologist or urogynecologist is usually sufficient to determine the characteristics and stage of the prolapse.
Treatment options depend on your goals and includes no treatment, vaginal pessaries, pelvic floor physical therapy, or surgery.
Dr. Edward Levy
Dr. Edward Levy
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In brief: Pelvic exam
A pelvic exam by a urologist/gynecologist is the best way to diagnose pelvic organ prolapse (support problems).
They can then discuss with you various treatment options including non-surgical (pessary) to surgical.

In brief: Pelvic exam
A pelvic exam by a urologist/gynecologist is the best way to diagnose pelvic organ prolapse (support problems).
They can then discuss with you various treatment options including non-surgical (pessary) to surgical.
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