Prolapsed uterus

Prolapsed uterus

A uterus that has slipped out of place, sometimes protruding down through the vagina.
Mentioned in: Hysterectomy
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For the past 10 years, Aishah was suffering from a prolapsed uterus and bladder and could not walk unassisted.
If diagnosed with prolapse it's important to have a discussion about prolapsed uterus treatment with a specialist , such as a uro-gynecologist.
Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus, a procedure that is typically conducted in the later phase of a woman's reproductive life for medical indications such as cervical or uterine cancer, fibroids, endometriosis or a prolapsed uterus.
The complications include: obstetric fistula, perineal damage, prolapsed uterus, stress incontinence, puerperal infection and sepsis, haemorrhage, pre-eclampsia and fits, anaemia, infertility and ectopic pregnancy, depression and suicide.
Here is a woman with a prolapsed uterus hanging down to her knees," he said.
The cat with the prolapsed uterus died quickly from infection.
Since Siegemund had never given birth herself--the one most usual and expected prerequisite for birthing others--she also felt it necessary to claim that she had been "miraculously called" to her profession by God after almost dying in the hands of ignorant midwives who thought she was pregnant when, in fact, she suffered from a prolapsed uterus.
6,7) Even if pregnancy occurs, the increase in the size of the developing fetus pushes the prolapsed uterus back into the abdominal cavity.
The ELEVEST(R) procedure kit is used to treat a prolapsed uterus by shortening and strengthening the round and uterosacral ligaments.
Key informants were either female health care workers (6) or women self-identified as having prolapsed uterus (24).
I have a rabbit downstairs with a prolapsed uterus, and because the owner waited several days before bringing her in she's had to have major surgery and may not survive.