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Pelvic Organ Prolapse 101

Pelvic Organ Prolapse 101

Required viewing for anyone who has been told they have prolapse.
1) what it is
2) why women get it
3) non-surgical options
4) surgical options
5) post op expectations
6) risks of surgery

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse

When you hear ‘hernia’, it’s often associated with sports injuries, straining on the toilet, or lifting something too heavy. But, Pelvic Organ Prolapse is actually a vaginal hernia caused by aging, vaginal births, genetics and more, creating a feeling of a pelvic bulge. Dr. Rena Malik discusses the various surgical and non-surgical treatment options for this condition.

Appointments available within 2 weeks at our Columbia and Downtown Baltimore locations. Call 410-328-2887 or visit umfpi.org/urology.

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How to exercise your pelvic floor muscles || Pelvic Organ Prolapse || Stress Incontinence in Women

I’m a mum to 4 children including 3 year old twins, Since having my twins I’ve been progressively showing signs of a pelvic organ prolapse. Here I talk about how to exercise your pelvic floor muscles and the importance of strengthening your pelvic floor. I also talk about stress incontinence / urinary incontinence because I’m experiencing that at the moment. I hope you like this video topic on women’s health. I’m not an expert but I wanted to pass on my knowledge that I learned at a recent physiotherapy appointment for my pelvic floor. www.squeezyapp.com/pelvic-health-information/

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

Dr. Alberto Sirven, Medical Director of the West Kendall OB/GYN Program and Women and Infant Credentials Committee Chairman with West Kendall Baptist Hospital, says treatment depends on how severe the symptoms are.

Some treatment options are behavioral, mechanical and surgical treatment, but he explains that usually with pelvic floor therapy and exercises patients will improve significantly and they will avoid having any type of surgical treatment.
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MRCOG Part 3 – Pelvic Organ Prolapse case practice #2

MRCOG Part 3 - Pelvic Organ Prolapse case practice #2

MRCOG Part3 – Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) – Cystocele / Rectocele.
module: Urogynecology
Task: Patient Simulated Task

Join us, watch our series of free classes and get ready to fully Understand the fundamentals of Urogynecology needed for the Part3 MRCOG exam. Be simple in your language, communicate well, understand the NHS system hierarchy of care, know your guidelines and you’ll be just fine !

For audio summaries on the Urogynecology 2019 guideline, visit our website: https://www.cocisco.com/mrcogcircle , go to “free sessions”
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My (VERY) Personal Struggle with Pelvic Organ Prolapse

My (VERY) Personal Struggle with Pelvic Organ Prolapse

My (VERY) Personal Struggle with Pelvic Organ Prolapse – Today I am sharing my journey with prolapse. I struggle with both cystocele and rectocele since giving birth to my son nearly two years ago, but i have always had a weak pelvic floor. Being in my third trimester of pregnancy has caused the prolapses to worsen and it is my hope that my prolapse story helps someone out there to know that you are not alone in your struggle.

EVERY TUESDAY I post videos relating to feminine health, such as pre-pregnancy, TTC, menstrual cycle tracking, fertility, ovulation, and much more!

Disclaimer : The materials and the information contained on this channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information in these videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment.

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Pelvic Floor Exercises for Organ prolapse

👉This Pelvic Floor sequence is super effective to prevent organ prolapse!
Includes: breathing exercises, and Hypopressives!

Are you ready?
Lets do it together!

👉Inhale-exhale and during exhalation:
1. contract your pelvic floor
2. Tilt your Pelvis towards your Rib cage
3. Repeat x3
Continue with Hypopressives!
Let me know if you have any questions!😚
And don’t forget to
👉Talk to your Doctor first to find out what Kind of Organ prolapse Do You have?
And if you qualify for pelvic Floor exercises!
Have a beautiful day!
Sincerely,
Doctor Alexandra Chaux

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