Uterine Prolapse Treatment and Symptoms
I believe that female friends are not familiar with the uterine prolapse. They cannot specifically understand what it is? However, our gynecologist Dr. Guofen Liu suggests that from time to time get some information about it.
What is Uterine Prolapse?
When the uterus is out of the original position the state refers as uterus prolapse. In the normal female body, there will be some related organizations involved in supporting the uterus. But for some reason this support weakened or even disappear, then uterus will appear to decline.
But the uterus prolapse is an internal disorder. We cannot see it. So how can we let the timely detection of this disease? This requires knowing some of the external symptoms of this disease.
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What are the Symptoms?
- Lumbosacral soreness: This symptom is more obvious after labor. Bed rest can relieve it. In addition, the patient’s feel lower abdomen pain. But it also increases when the patient is tired.
- Urine symptoms: Uterine prolapse often accompanied by vaginal anterior and posterior wall prolapse. If the swelling of the bladder occurs then it causes dysuria, urinary retention, tension urinary incontinence, etc. If there is rectal prolapse then the patient may have constipation.
- Dystocia: Although it not affect the pregnancy and childbirth, but it cannot be satisfied. The emergence of cervical edema and cervical dilatation difficulties are caused by dystocia.
- Menstrual changes: Pelvic organ prolapse leads to blood circulation disorders and local congestion. It affects normal menstruation. It can even cause menorrhagia. In addition, due to blood circulation disorders the infections resulting in increased vaginal discharge. It often accompanied by bloody secretions.
Uterine prolapse is a most common gynecological disease. It is mostly found in women of childbearing age. The main symptoms are that it leads to vaginal wall expansion. It is accompanied by vaginal inflammation and increased vaginal discharge situation. So it has a serious impact on the patient’s life and work. It also puts a great pressure on the psychology of patient. So its treatment is necessary. Its surgical treatment is mainly for those who are with severe symptoms and where there is no fertility requirement. The general treatment is applicable for young age female and elderly patients.
At present, the surgical treatment is mainly used. Surgical treatment is mainly vaginal hysterectomy. This treatment is more effective. As long as the wound is cured, the possibility of recurrence is relatively small. The disadvantage of surgical treatment is to hurt the vagina and the uterus. For those women who want to give birth, we do not recommend surgical treatment for them.
This method is used for those patients whose symptoms of uterine prolapse are not very serious. We use this method for the treatment of young patients. For inflammation of the vagina you can use anti-inflammatory medicine every night. For bloating and constipation, you can adjust the diet. Eat some food that is conducive to digestion. Drink plenty of water to prevent constipation. Take maximum rest and avoid lifting heavy objects. At the same time pay attention to the strengthening of nutrition and improve the immune system. Carry out some health care and conditioning, to maintain a good mood. Through the appropriate way of life and long-term rest it can be treated.
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