Pelvic Organ Prolapse

An annoying protrusion at or near the vaginal opening, which may or may not be accompanied by perineal pressure that is aggravated by or relieved by lying down. It is not a gynaecological disease but a Functional Problem.

Risk Factors

  • Obesity
  • Post menopausal
  • Over age 40
  • Pregnancy and Birth
  • Having had more than one child
  • Forceps or suction delivery
  • Gynaecological or Urinary Surgery
  • Smoking
  • Constipation/Chronic straining


  • Uncomfortable Sex
  • Feeling of Tampon in Vagina
  • Feeling of bulge coming out of Vagina as if you are “sitting on Golf Ball”
  • Persistent heaviness in lower abdominal area
  • Going to toilet more often
  • leaking small amount of Pee while exercising, cough, sneeze or laughter

Treatment Options will depend on severity of condition

  • Conservative management

Avoid Heavy lifting, Treat chronic constipation, Weight loss

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

  • Surgical Management


Hormonal Therapy

Vaginal Pessaries

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