What Is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?
The pelvic floor is a muscle group that helps to support the rectum, bladder, vagina, uterus, and cervix. If the pelvic floor muscles become weak or damaged, one or more of these organs can droop, resulting in pelvic organ prolapse. Women who experience pelvic organ prolapse may have urinary or bowel incontinence, pelvic pain or pressure, constipation, uncomfortable sexual intercourse, vaginal bleeding, lower back pain, and a feeling that something is "falling out" of the vagina. At Cedarburg Family Wellness & Aesthetics, triple board-certified physician Dr. Janice Alexander educates patients on pelvic floor disorders during private exams and provides a number of advanced treatments to address their specific condition. If you are dealing with a pelvic floor disorder, we encourage you to contact us to schedule a visit with Dr. Alexander in Cedarburg, WI.
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How Is Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treated?
Pelvic organ prolapse can occur for a number of reasons, including pregnancy, vaginal childbirth, or hysterectomy, and the condition can worsen over time if left untreated. During your appointment, Dr. Alexander will perform a physical exam and possibly order diagnostic imaging tests. Once she has determined your specific problem, a customized treatment plan will be created to strengthen your pelvic muscles and improve your symptoms. Your treatment strategy may include first-line approaches, like weight loss, Kegel exercises, changes to your diet, or physical therapy. In more severe instances, we may recommend a number of advanced gynecological surgeries, including minimally invasive pelvic laparoscopic surgery or total pelvic floor reconstruction. As a highly experienced gynecology practitioner, Dr. Alexander understands the unique challenges you are facing and will do everything she can to support you on your journey to improved wellness.
Relief from Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Don't wait any longer to address symptoms, like urinary incontinence or persistent pelvic pain, as these can affect your overall feminine health if left unchecked. The compassionate team at Cedarburg Family Wellness & Aesthetics provides personalized treatments for many common gynecological disorders, including pelvic organ prolapse. Please reach out to our office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Alexander in Cedarburg, WI.