• Omission of the uterus symptoms

    Abscess of the uterus( prolapse of the genitals) is a disease of the uterus, in which it gradually emerges outward. This is a complex of diseases that can be compared with pelvic hernia. The mechanism of development, as in a normal hernia. If no action is taken, the uterus may fall out.

    Uterine prolapse is the protrusion of the uterus into the vagina. Falling occurs when the pelvic muscles and supporting ligaments that normally hold the uterus in place are damaged or become weakened. With moderate loss, part of the uterus descends into the upper region of the vagina. In more serious cases, the uterus can go out through the vagina. Uterine prolapse is often accompanied by bulging of the bladder( cystocele) or urethra( urethrocele) through the front wall of the vagina or bulging the rectum through the back wall of the vagina.

    • Damage or weakness of the pelvic muscles, usually as a result of multiple births, during menopause, is the most common cause of uterine prolapse.

    • Obesity, diabetes, cough with chronic bronchitis, asthma, some common defects in supporting tissues and retroversion of the uterus( when the uterus is deployed to the back), various gynecological diseases increase the risk of the disease.

    • Weight lifting or tension can contribute to the prolapse of the uterus if the pelvic muscles are already weakened.

    • Many women have no symptoms.

    • Discomfort, pain, or a feeling of heaviness or overflow in the lower abdomen and vagina.

    • Abnormal discharge or bleeding from the vagina.

    • Inconvenience in sexual intercourse.

    • Pain in the lower back.

    • Pain in the anal area or a feeling of "sitting on the ball".

    • Frequent and uncontrollable urination;constipation.

    • Possibly incontinence of urine or feces.

    • Visible protrusion of the uterus through the vagina( in serious cases).

    First degree. At this stage of the disease, the outer cervical cervix or, in other words, the cervical canal, falls below the most flat and narrow part of the pelvic cavity. In this case, the appearance of the uterus looks like, it is impossible to observe, sinceit does not go outside, even if you start pushing hard.

    Degree two. It is characterized by partial prolapse of the uterus. It can be seen with an external examination, without the use of special obstetric tools.

    The third degree. Characterized by complete prolapse of the uterus. It is constantly located outside the sex slit.

    Omission of the uterus and vagina always go together. There are cases when the vagina also begins to fall out and it is easy to see outside the sex slit. But not always it falls completely. Often you can see only the front or back wall. There is also a drop in the walls of the uterus, the walls of the bowel and the bladder.

    • Examination at the gynecologist.

    • Moderate cases of uterine prolapse may not require treatment.

    • Avoid narrow trousers, tight belts.

    • Try to reduce tension when urinating and emptying the intestines.

    • A small plastic, rubber or silicone ring can be used to provide support for a moderately discharged uterus or when surgery is needed, but the patient has serious medical problems and can not tolerate it. The ring is inserted into the vagina and placed near the cervix.

    • Surgery( hysterectomy) can be performed to remove the strongly dropped uterus, but the supporting tissues should be restored to avoid the loss of the vagina after removal of the uterus.

    • Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles that support the uterus can be recommended after delivery.

    • If necessary, reduce weight.

    • Estrogen replacement therapy may be recommended for postmenopausal women.

    • Consult a doctor if you feel pain or discomfort in the pelvic area or notice an unusual pelvic protrusion.