first-degree prolapse

first-de·gree pro·lapse

(fĭrst dĕ-grē' prō'laps)
Form of cervical prolapse where the cervix of the prolapsed uterus is well within the vaginal orifice.
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Forida, who had first-degree prolapse, offered a different perspective, sharing fear that merely having the condition may encourage her husband to marry again.
Emotional violence due to chronic maternal morbidity Emotional violence * Chronic maternal Khota/ morbidity tishara Threat of (teasing, another castigating, marriage/ ridiculing, Verbal abandonment/ jeering) abuse divorce Blaming (n=11) (n=5) (n=3) (n=2) First-degree prolapse 1 1 -- -- Second-degree prolapse 5 2 1 2 Third-degree prolapse 1 1 -- -- Stress incontinence 2 1 -- -- Fistula 2 -- 2 -- Women Women who with Chronic maternal reported chronic morbidity emotional maternal violence morbidity (n=13) (n=17) First-degree prolapse 1 2 Second-degree prolapse 5 6 Third-degree prolapse 1 2 Stress incontinence 3 3 Fistula 3 4 * Multiple responses Table 3.