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Prolapse of the uterus (prolapsus uteri) - displacement of the uterus outside the genital slit, mainly occurs in women after 40 years. Distinguish between partial prolapse of the uterus, in which only part of the body of the uterus is outside the genital gap, and complete, in which the entire body of the uterus is determined outside the genital gap. The term "prolapse of the uterus" means the displacement of the uterus below the normal level, in which it does not go beyond the genital gap. Prolapse and prolapse of the uterus, as a rule, is combined with prolapse and prolapse of the vagina. Vaginal prolapse can occur in isolation and often precedes prolapse and prolapse of the uterus. The term "vaginal prolapse" defines such a displacement of the vagina, in which the lower third of its anterior or posterior walls extends beyond the genital slit. If the upper part of the vaginal wall also protrudes from the genital slit, such a displacement is designated as vaginal prolapse.

The main causes of prolapse and prolapse of the uterus and vagina are congenital pelvic floor insufficiency due to innervation disorders with malformations of the spine and spinal cord, obstetric pelvic floor injuries, hard physical labor (especially during puberty, after childbirth and in menopause), severe weight loss body, tissue atrophy in old and old age. Often, prolapse and prolapse of the genitals are due to a combination of several etiological factors.

A slight prolapse of the uterus and vagina may not cause pain. In cases of significant prolapse and prolapse of the genitals, there is a feeling of pressure in the perineum, pain in the lumbar region, a feeling of a foreign body in the genital crevice, urinary disturbance caused by the development of cystocele due to weakening of the supporting apparatus of the bladder.


Treatment of prolapse of the uterus can be carried out in various ways; today there are quite a few of them. All methods of treatment can be divided into conservative (not requiring surgical intervention) and surgical (performing operations of varying degrees of invasiveness).

Is it possible to cure prolapse of the uterus without resorting to surgical intervention? Everything is determined individually and depends on how advanced the disease is. Conservative treatment is not aimed at eliminating the disease, but at preventing its further development and combating unpleasant symptoms. There is no medicine that could return the uterus to the anatomically correct position, so if the disease is neglected, only surgery will help. Naturally, the only method that will be effective if complete prolapse of the uterus is diagnosed is surgery.

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