Ptosis and loss of sexual organs

The internal female sex organs possess sufficient mobility. So there can be such anomalies of the uterus and vagina, as the omission, and uterine prolapse.

There are the omission of the uterus, complete and incomplete uterine prolapse. With omission of the uterus moves down, but not out of the genital slit. Incomplete prolapse with straining shows the cervix, and with the full roll of the entire uterus is outside. The omission of sexual organs leads to a deterioration of their blood supply, which is accompanied by trophic changes. The mucous membranes become dry, atrophic, with ulcers.

The main reason for the omission and the loss of sexual organs is the weakness of the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments of the uterus. This often occurs after childbirth (especially the big kids), surgery, cuts, and tears of the perineum.

Contributing factors are:

obesity;
hard physical labor;
constipation;
improper management of the postpartum period.

Because the disease begins quietly, slowly progressing, complaints are often absent. And crucial to the diagnosis of a routine gynecological examination.

In marked descent or prolapse of the uterus and vagina woman concerned:

sense of “foreign body” in the perineal region;
dragging pain in the abdomen;
lower back and rump;
frequent urination (or incontinence);
difficulty emptying the bowel.

Diagnosis and treatment

Diagnoses omission or loss of reproductive organs gynecologist for regular inspection. Patients with minor prolapse of genital organs shows therapeutic exercise aimed at strengthening the abdominals and the pelvic girdle. It is advisable to change the lifestyle and the right to wear a bandage.

When expressed forms of the disease is treated surgically. A large number of different techniques can pick up for each woman’s best option, given the general condition of the patient, her age and marital status. Before the operation, local (vaginal) designate an antiseptic, estrogens, means to facilitate the restoration of the damaged mucosa.

Prevention of ptosis and loss of sexual organs are the correct management of labor and the postpartum period, a healthy diet, light exercise.