Uterine prolapse occurs when pelvic floor muscles and ligaments stretch and weaken and no longer provide enough support for the uterus. As a result, the uterus slips down into or come through out of the vagina. Uterine prolapsed can occur in women of any age. If you have pelvic organ prolapsed, you'll notice a bulge at the opening of the vagina. The bulge isn't dangerous, but it can be very uncomfortable. When the prolapsed pulls the bladder downward, it bends the urethra. As a result, you might have trouble urinating fully.
There are many reasons of uterine prolapsed. Uterine prolapsed results from the weakening of pelvic muscles and supportive tissues.
Treatment of uterine prolapsed
When a woman's uterine prolapsed is mild, observation may be the best treatment. Kegel exercises, weight loss, pelvic floor therapy and a pessary can work for some uterine prolapsed. When these fail, we have surgical options, which can include hysterectomy when the uterus is prolapsing