Prolapse affects up to 50% of all women who have had a vaginal delivery. One in nine women will have surgery for prolapse or incontinence in her lifetime, but it doesn't have to be that way with our pelvic floor physical therapy specialist who can help you avoid unnecessary surgery!
Prolapsed Bladder Faq_category
Nothing good! Over time your prolapse bladder may stay the same or worsen. In rare cases, prolapse can obstruct the kidney preventing urine to pass through resulting in kidney damage or infection.
This is NOT true! Many traditional medical physicians recommend surgery right away for prolapse conditions and say it won't get better without surgery. Though every prolapse condition is different depending on the severity, surgery should be your LAST line of defense! Our pelvic floor physical therapy is an extremely effective and non-invasive way to fixing your prolapse bladder.
Prolapse bladder symptoms can worsen usually after walking or standing for long periods of time as well as repetitive sneezing and coughing may cause or worsen a bladder prolapse.