Signs Of Uterine Prolapse?
at ptg doctor…rnI want to ask…rnIf a woman inserts her finger into her vagina, she feels like a seed like a large bird’s egg…is the woman experiencing uterine prolapse?…or is there is it normal?
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Uterine prolapse (UP) is a condition that occurs due to weakness of the pelvic floor muscles, usually occurs in women of old age or who have had many children so that the uterus (uterus) "sag" / drops down. This condition is divided into several degrees, in the initial degree (I) the cervix is still in the vagina, the second degree is right at the mouth of the vagina, the third degree has come out of the vagina but not total, and the fourth degree has been total.
Another condition that can cause a similar condition is uterine inversion, which usually occurs in women who have recently given birth, especially if labor is difficult and pushing (Kristeller's maneuver) is performed. The difference is that in inversion the protruding part is the inner wall of the uterus so that it will feel rough to the touch, in contrast to prolapse where what is palpable is the mouth of the cervix so that it is soft and smooth to the touch.
If you feel any of the above symptoms, you should immediately visit a doctor, especially an obstetrician and obstetrician, to confirm the diagnosis and get the appropriate treatment.
Kegel exercises will be good to do to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. Doctors can install a pessary to treat this problem, and in certain cases surgery may be able to help. Discuss further with your doctor.
That's all I can say, hopefully it's useful