Know the ways to treat pelvic organ prolapse

pelvic organ prolapse

Know the ways to treat pelvic organ prolapse

Normally, the pelvic area is present in the lower abdomen part of the body which includes the following organs, such as the uterus, bladder, urethra, rectum, cervix, and vagina. The pelvic area will be affected by numerous factors such as childbirth, aging, and so on, which can lead to several issues like pelvic organ prolapse. Read on to learn more about pelvic organ prolapse and ways to treat it in this blog.

What is pelvic organ prolapse?

When the muscles, ligaments, and tissues that support your pelvic organs weaken to the point where they can no longer keep your organs in place, this condition is known as pelvic organ prolapse (POP).

Your organs may drop in moderate POP situations. In more extreme situations, they could protrude and result in a protrusion outside of your vagina.


The common symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse are as follows

*Pressure, fullness, or bulge in your vagina.

*Your pelvis will feel full, pressured or painful.

*Pressure, hitting sensation or pain during intercourse

*Vaginal spotting

*Low back pain

*Due to comparable risk factors, POP and stress, urge, and fecal incontinence commonly coexist.

How to treat it

Surgical treatments

Two types of surgery are available: reconstructive surgery fixes the weak areas of your pelvic floor, while obliterative surgery sews your vaginal walls together to keep organs from slipping out.

Non-surgical treatments- Vaginal pessary

Here the doctor will place a detachable silicone device in your vagina to stabilise the sagging organ.

Non-surgical treatment- ProlapLase

ProlapLase is a novel and distinctive non-invasive laser technique. Moreover, it is a safe, incision-less alternative to the traditional method. Prolaplase tightens the tissue and contracts the vaginal canal by utilizing the mild, non-ablative photothermal effects of Fotona’s SMOOTH mode.

Further, minimal & moderate prolapse can be treated by this procedure whereas severe prolapse should need surgery.


*It’s a safe, simple, and effective treatment.

*The average POP grade was significantly reduced after the first session and with more sessions, the POP got improved.

*Low levels of discomfort during treatment and high levels of patient satisfaction

*The process involves no cutting, bleeding, or stitches, and it is virtually painless.

*Patients can resume their regular daily routines right away.

*There is no need for extra pre- or post-operative care.

To summarize

Thus, pelvic organ prolapse might negatively impact your sexual life and self-esteem. Moreover, it can cause symptoms that might hinder your daily activities. If you think you may have a weak pelvic floor or if you experience POP symptoms, don’t be afraid to discuss these concerns with your doctor.

At EVA, we perform this procedure with our revolutionary product Fotona Time Walker(Prolap laser) with the best medical team and highest level of care.

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