Pelvic organ prolapse

The pelvic organs (urethra, bladder, uterus, and rectum) can move towards the vagina causing genital prolapses: cystocele (bladder prolapse), urethrocele (urethra prolapse), rectocele (prolapsed rectum), and prolapse of the uterus.

Usually, the symptoms start with a complaint of weight in the vagina as if they had a “ball”, with the progression of the pathology the patients feel the organ leave and it is possible to see it in the vaginal introitus (vaginal entrance).

Its causes are the weakness of the PERINEUM, aging, pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, high-impact exercise.

Dor Pélvica Feminina