Best Sleeping Position For A Prolapsed Uterus

Living with a prolapse brings with it several disruptive side effects. You may have pain in your pelvis, abdomen or lower back, and sometimes urine leakage or incontinence.1  Getting enough ...

What Causes Vaginal Prolapse?

The signs of vaginal prolapse can include a feeling of fullness or pressure in your pelvis and vagina, and even a bulge of tissue in your vagina that you can ...

How To Sleep With A Prolapsed Bladder

If you have a prolapsed bladder, you are likely familiar with the side effects: a feeling of fullness, heaviness or pain in your pelvic area, going to the bathroom more ...

Can You Get A Bloated Stomach With A Prolapse

Having a condition known as prolapse is actually quite common: About one-third of women will experience some degree of prolapse during their lifetime.1 If you’re one of those women, you ...

What Is A Prolapsed Anus?

The importance of the pelvic floor is often misunderstood until there’s a problem. The muscles and connective tissues that support your pelvic organs—your bladder, urethra, vagina, uterus, bowel, rectum and ...

Will Walking Make Prolapse Worse?

Exercise is a prescription for good health. Regular physical activity provides benefits from managing weight to improving your brain health; reducing the risk of disease and strengthening bones and muscles; ...

5 Tips for Exercising with Prolapse: Part 2

As we explored in Part 1, women with prolapse find that their quality of life can be affected.  Depending on the location and severity of your prolapse, your symptoms can ...

5 Tips for Exercising with Prolapse: Part 1

Suffering with prolapse can hinder many aspects of your life.  Depending on the location and severity of your prolapse, there are many different symptoms, which can develop over time. Because ...

How To Fix A Prolapse Without Surgery

If you have pelvic organ prolapse, you want to know the different options for treating it. Depending on the type of prolapse, the severity and other factors such as your ...

Can You Get Pregnant With A Prolapsed Uterus

Having a uterine prolapse brings side effects like a heaviness or pulling in the pelvis, problems with leaking urine, and pressure or discomfort in the pelvis or low back. But ...

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