Many women around Utah experience pelvic organ prolapse, such as a rectocele or cystocele, at some point in their lives, and while it is generally not a life-threatening emergency, it is something that can be treated through minimally invasive means from Dr. Amber Bradshaw-Whitear at Ogden Clinic.
Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs when a pelvic organ slips out of place, due to the weakening of the supportive structures. One of the most common symptoms of this issue is a sensation of pelvic pressure or a protrusion of tissue from the vagina. Patients often describe pelvic organ prolapse as “feeling a bulge” or the sensation that something is “falling out of the vagina”.
Because our anatomical structures respond to gravity, the severity of symptoms may come and go depending on the body position. Patients with pelvic organ prolapse, such as a rectocele or cystocele, at Ogden Clinic in Utah might notice that symptoms are mild or unnoticeable while lying down, and typically worsen as the day progresses, after hours of standing, squatting, or other common daily activities. If you are experiencing these symptoms, you may have pelvic organ prolapse:
Pelvic organ prolapse treatment for a rectocele or cystocele at Ogden Clinic in Utah can be performed by Dr. Amber Bradshaw-Whitear including: