Uterine prolapse treatment in greater noida

Do you feel a fall or bulging of the body parts like the uterus? Have you given multiple vaginal birth to children or have undergone hormonal changes? If yes, then possibly you have a prolapse. When the bladder, urethra and other pelvic organs descend through the anus or vaginal canal, then it indicates prolapse.


The disease can be resolved when you visit Dr. Smiti Women’s Clinic. Dr. Smiti is an experienced gynecologist who can alleviate your pain leaving you with immense peace. She explains that the disease is not dangerous but it can cause huge discomfort. We have experts and trained staff that help the patient fight any disease with courage. The after services are excellent which makes the patient feel that they are in safe hands. Our clinic has the latest equipment that helps us find quick treatments for the patients.

What are the different types of prolapse?

Prolapse can occur with any organs that protrude out of the vaginal canal or rectum. You can understand the types of prolapse as:

1. Uterine Prolapse.
2. Vaginal Prolapse.
3. Enterocele or Small bowel prolapse.
4. Rectum Prolapse or Rectocele.
5. Cystocele or Bladder Prolapse.
6. Urethrocele or Urethra Prolapse.

I suffer from uterine prolapse. My doctor has advised me for minimally invasive treatment or laparoscopy. Should I take it?

Yes, you can undertake the surgery or can take a second opinion at our clinic. Dr. Smiti will diagnose the situation and will further recommend the treatment.

How is the laparoscopic treatment done for vaginal prolapse at your clinic?

It is uncomfortable when the top of the vagina comes down. For the surgery, a small incision is made in the abdomen either horizontal or vertical. Our specialist then uses a mesh to attach the top of the vagina to a strong ligament to the sacrum.

What is the recovery time for laparoscopy patients?

In general, the laparoscopy patients take 3-4 days for recovery. The recovery is faster than other types of surgical procedures.

What happens in the uterus prolapse laparoscopic surgery?

Our idea under the laparoscopic surgery is to repair the weakened tissues of the pelvic floor area. For uterine prolapse, the surgery can be done either through the vagina or through the abdomen. Using the laparoscope, the exact drop of the uterus can be diagnosed.

Our specialist surgeon will then conduct grafting for your tissues or the donor tissues onto the weakened pelvic floor area. The idea is to support the structure of your pelvic organs.

Are there any other alternative treatments than to choose laparoscopy?

A few other things that you can choose as the alternative treatments may include:

1. Kegel exercises.
2. Eat healthy and highly fibrous food.
3. Do not lift heavyweights.
4. Control your cough.
5. Try and lose weight if you are overweight.

Are there any other alternative treatments than to choose laparoscopy?

After normal delivery or due to aging, the pelvic floor muscles get weak. It happens because muscles and ligaments stretch and weaken. Ultimately, the muscles are not able to provide support to the uterus. Due to this, the uterus slips down and pops out of the vagina.

In what age does a woman suffer from uterine prolapse?

Uterine Prolapse can occur at any age but largely happens in women after menopause. Prolapse of the uterus is majorly due to more than one vaginal delivery.

What happens in vaginal prolapse? What are the symptoms?

The skin and tissues around the vagina support pelvic organs like the uterus, bladder, or rectum. When this network of tissues, muscles, or ligaments loses the capacity to hold then, these organs including the vagina may drop. This is called vaginal prolapse.

Vaginal Prolapse may affect:

1. Bodily Function
2. Sexual Function.
3. Discomfort in urination and defecation.

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Dr. Smiti Jain

Obstetrician & Gynecologist

With more than a decade of experience in both government run and privately managed healthcare facilities, Dr. Smiti Jain is fully qualified in delivering the highest level of quality care in the fields of gynecology and obstetrics .