Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Uterine Prolapse
- Bladder Prolapse or Cystocele
- Rectal Prolapse or Rectocele
The diagnosis of pelvic organ prolapse begins with your description of the symptoms you are experiencing. Your provider will then do a pelvic examination and may also order additional tests to evaluate bladder function, pelvic floor muscle strength and imaging such as ultrasound or pelvic MRI. Several risk factors have been identified as risk factors for pelvic organ prolapse, these include: heavy lifting, obesity, childbearing and menopause.
If you think you have any type of pelvic organ prolapsed (uterine prolapsed, bladder prolapse (fallen bladder) or cystocele, rectal prolapsed or rectocele), contact our practice at 407.303.2780 to schedule an appointment.