A prolapse occurs when surrounding organs or structures push into your vaginal canal, often causing urinary problems, bowel symptoms, and sexual dysfunction, among other issues. If you’re struggling with a prolapse, Patrick Nosti, MD, FACOG, at Urogynecology of Kansas City, offers innovative treatment solutions. Find out more by booking a prolapse evaluation today.
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Seeking medical help does not mean that you have to have surgery right away. Some women start with more conservative treatment like physical therapy, and go on to surgery only if their symptoms from prolapse are not under control.
When considering your treatment options it is best to work with your urogynecologist to make a plan that works best for you. A lot depends on your individual problems, and more depends on your preferences.
With most types of pelvic organ prolapse, you have the following conservative (non-surgical) treatment options: