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Questions about Prolapse surgery

 Jonathan Broome
Jonathan Broome
Gynaecologist
Bolton
Yes, absolutely, you can have a second repair if you have recurrent prolapse.

Depending on what you have had done and what is prolapsing down, there are a number of options.
2 answers

Mr. Preetkiron Bhal
Mr. Preetkiron Bhal
Gynaecologist, Obstetrician
Cardiff
I would generally recommend the following alternatives:
conservative management initially in the form of supervised pelvic floor muscle training, urethral plugs if appropriate, incostress…
3 answers

 Jonathan Broome
Jonathan Broome
Gynaecologist
Bolton
It is still a considerable procedure. There is a procedure available where you can keep your uterus and fix it back into position to treat the prolapse. This is a sacrohysteropexy operation performed…
2 answers

 Jonathan Broome
Jonathan Broome
Gynaecologist
Bolton
Leave well alone, it's very unlikely to cause you any problems in the future and should only be treated if symptomatic.
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