Pessaries are commonly used to treat pelvic organ prolapse symptoms, but are they for everyone? Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of pessary use and how those who feel uncomfortable with pessaries can still feel prolapse relief.
There are many reasons why women today are turning to natural options to help treat their pelvic organ prolapse. One popular non-invasive treatment is pelvic organ prolapse exercises. Many physiotherapists recommend prolapse exercises both to prevent and manage the condition, however, correct technique is crucial and must be carefully practiced in order to see results and avoid further harm on your pelvic floor. Keep reading to find out what you need to know before starting prolapse exercises.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) can have a huge impact on your quality of life. If you are suffering from this condition, you’re not alone — about 1 in 4 women struggle with POP.1 Fortunately, there are treatment available to help you manage the side-effects. The first step to reclaiming your life from POP is to make an appointment with a doctor. You may be worried about discussing this problem, so please stick with us and we will walk you through your first doctor’s visit.
While some doctors may considerpessaries or surgeryas preferred medical treatments for pelvic organ prolapse, many women worry that these options will actually lead to further complications and unwanted side effects. Today, more and more prolapse sufferers are finding hope in improving their condition by turning to non-invasive support garments.
With several options available online, it can be hard to choose the best one for your condition. If you are thinking about using a prolapse garment to treat your symptoms, be sure to keep reading!
Deciding on a medical prolapse treatment can be scary, intimidating, and overwhelming. While it may not seem like it, you are not alone in going through this situation. It is important to give each option adequate consideration before making a final decision, so we've created this in-depth comparison of the two most common treatments that doctors suggest: pessaries and surgery. Keep reading to find out the pros and cons of each as well as a new non-invasive treatment option you may have not heard about.