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Prolapse and prolapse of the pelvic organs (urethra, bladder, uterus, rectum) occurs with functional weakness of the ligaments and fascia of the pelvic floor, as a rule, due to a genetic predisposition (systemic connective tissue dysplasia).
Omission (prolapse) of the pelvic organs is one of the most common diagnoses in women of the middle and older age groups.
To date, extensive population-based studies have been conducted that have established the true prevalence of pelvic organ prolapse (POP). So, every tenth woman (10%) who lives to 50 years old needs surgical treatment of one form or another of prolapse. By the age of 80 in women, this figure reaches 20%.
Obviously, as the population ages, more women will need help with this condition.
Prolapse or prolapse of the uterus and vaginal walls can be isolated (when one organ prolapses), as well as combined (when several organs prolapse or prolapse at once). Combined prolapse, in turn, is facilitated by close anatomical connections between the vaginal wall, bladder, and rectum.
Causes of prolapse of the uterus and prolapse of the walls of the vagina
Pathology occurs in connection with the physiological features of the structure of the genital organs. The omission and prolapse of the uterus or vaginal walls causes significant discomfort to a woman, disrupts the usual rhythm of her life. There are a number of factors that affect the development of genital prolapse:
Pathological childbirth (childbirth occurring with various complications);
- Birth trauma;
- Hard physical labor;
- Estrogen deficiency;
- Systemic failure of the connective tissue (DST);
- Tumors of the pelvic organs.
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