Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse

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Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse

Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse performs vaginally or in some cases laparoscopically. It is important to identify where is ”defect” that should be corrected. Repair of anterior and posterior vaginal wall, fixation of vaginal vault and uterus, and repair using synthetic mesh are most performed surgical procedures. Sometimes, vaginal hysterectomy must be done. The surgery takes 30-90 minutes, depending on procedure. Treatment may be performed in local or general anesthesia. Patient leaves the hospital the day after the surgery.

Surgery for urine incontinence

The surgery for urine incontinence performs by placing synthetic mesh under the bladder neck (urethra) through the small vaginal incision, to provide support to the bladder. Surgery lasts for 15-30 min and performs as day surgery in local or general anesthesia.