Pelvic organ prolapse

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Pelvic organ prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse ( POP ) is the strange plummet or dropping down of at least one of the pelvic organs from their typical position, making them well into the vagina. These pelvic organs incorporate the urinary bladder, urethra, uterus, small bowel and rectum.


Pelvic organ prolapse is a typical and upsetting condition. Although numerous ladies with POP don’t have symptoms in the early stages, when introduced, the side effects are because of pressing of the uterus or different organs against the vaginal divider.

Some Symptoms Include:

  •     Feeling of fullness, heaviness or pressure in the pelvic area.
  •     A feeling as if something is actually falling out of the vagina.
  •     Spotting or bleeding from the vagina.


Pelvic organ prolapse happens when the muscles and tissues in the region that hold up these organs set up are the weekend. It is most regularly found in ladies in the wake of childbearing and with expanding age.

  •     Multiple pregnancies, long or difficult vaginal delivery.
  •     Old age, postmenopausal women
  •     Obesity
  •     Heredity
  •     Removal of the uterus sometimes leaves other organs in the area with less support.
  •     Chronic coughing, chronic constipation
  •     Smoking
  •     Having large fibroids
  •     Repeated heavy lifting
  •     Other conditions that cause tissues in the body to become weak