Under normal conditions a women’s vagina is supported by pelvic muscles and tissue which keep the bladder, uterus, intestines, and rectum in position. When these tissues become weak or stretched any of these organs can drop and create a bulge in the vagina. The symptoms of prolapse depend on which organ has dropped. Generally they include:

    Vaginal bulge, heaviness, and pressure
      Pain in the vagina, lower abdomen, and lower back
        Painful sex
          Frequent voiding
            Incomplete bladder emptying
              Constipation

              The most appropriate treatment depends on the location and severity of the prolapse. Your Athens Area Urology urologist will perform a thorough evaluation and work with you to develop a treatment strategy that is tailored to fit you. Both non-surgical and surgical treatment options are available:

              Treatments:

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