Uterine prolapse is a condition where the uterus descends or slips from its normal position into the vaginal canal, causing discomfort and various symptoms. Treatment for uterine prolapse depends on the severity of the condition and the impact on a woman’s quality of life.

Non-surgical options: Mild cases of uterine prolapse may be managed through conservative measures, such as pelvic floor exercises (Kegel exercises), using a pessary (a device inserted into the vagina to support the uterus), and lifestyle modifications like weight management and avoiding heavy lifting.

Surgical options: In more severe cases or when non-surgical methods are ineffective, surgical intervention may be necessary. Surgical procedures for uterine prolapse include vaginal or abdominal approaches, which aim to restore the uterus to its proper position and provide support to the pelvic organs.

The choice of treatment is determined by the individual’s overall health, age, desire for future childbearing, and the severity of the uterine prolapse. Consulting with a healthcare provider specializing in pelvic floor disorders is essential to determine the most appropriate and effective treatment plan for each woman’s specific needs.