What is Vaginal Prolapse?
Many women can experience a vaginal prolapse where tissues supporting the bladder, womb or bowel become overstretched and the pelvic floor muscles weaken. This weakening often causes the uterus, urethra, bladder, or rectum to droop down into the vagina. As there are many types of vaginal prolapse, this article helps to explain the differences between them all and will give you a good overview of the possible treatments.
To learn more about pelvic organ prolapse, read our extended article.