Many women who have given birth may develop pelvic prolapse. During birth, the tissues and muscles that support the pelvic organs can be stretched or weakened, leading to the pelvic organs’ displacement from their physiological position, to pressure or to externalization through the vagina.
For some women, pelvic prolapse is a problem that generates pain or discomfort. However, it’s not always a progressive condition and can recover in time.
In this PlacidWay video, you will learn more about the Laparoscopic Pelvic Prolapse Surgery:
00:12 – When do women develop pelvic prolapse?
00:35 – When do Laparoscopic Pelvic Prolapse Surgery recommended?
01:04 – What should a clinics offers in Laparoscopic Pelvic Prolapse Surgery?
01:21 – Where Can I Have Laparoscopic Pelvic Prolapse?
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