Pelvic organ prolapse

What Is Pelvic organ prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is when 1 or more of the organs in the pelvis slip down from their normal position and bulge into the vagina.

  1. It can be the womb (uterus), bowel, bladder or top of the vagina.
  2. A prolapse is not life threatening, but it can cause pain and discomfort.

Pelvic organ prolapse happens when the group of muscles and connective tissues that normally support the pelvic organs, called the pelvic floor, becomes weakened and cannot hold the organs in place firmly as they should

Candidates who are prone to pelvic organ prolapse

  • A number of things can weaken your pelvic floor and increase your chance of developing pelvic organ prolapse.
  • The most common risk factors are: Vaginal childbirth, which can stretch and strain the pelvic floor.
  • Multiple vaginal childbirths raise your risk for pelvic organ prolapse later in life.
  • Multiple vaginal childbirths raise your risk for pelvic organ prolapse later in life.
  • violent coughing.
  • heavy lifting.
  • after a hysterectomy.
  • aging
  • after menopause (Lower estrogen level after menopause
  • especially if you had a long, difficult birth.
  • if you gave birth to a large baby or multiple babies
  • over weight
  • Heavy lifting or using the wrong lifting technique
  • Family history of weak connective tissue

problems faced by pelvic organ prolapse

it can put pressure on other pelvic organs — such as your bladder or bowel — and cause symptoms like:

  • A feeling of heaviness, fullness or pressure in your pelvis.
  • Feeling like the bladder doesn't empty all the way when you use the bathroom
  • Problems with leaking urine, also called incontinence
  • Feeling as if you have vaginal tissue rubbing on clothing
  • Sexual concerns, such as feeling as though the vaginal tissue is loose
  • Pain during sex (intercourse)
  • Seeing or feeling tissue bulge out of the vagina
  • Pain in your pelvis, abdomen or lower back.

Complications of pelvic organ prolapse if not treated

  • An untreated prolapse can cause sores on the cervix (opening to the uterus) and increase chances of infection or injury to other pelvic organs.
  • Pelvic organ prolapse isn't life-threatening, but it can affect your quality of life. See your GP if you have any of the symptoms of a prolapse, or if you notice a lump in or around your vagina.

Solutions for pelvic organ prolapse at DYU!!

Emsella Chair/ Hifem chair / kegel’s exercise

1 st and only centre in Karnataka to have this revolutionary and life changing technology!!

It Works by using high intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) technology to cause

  1. Strengthening of pelvic muscles
  2. Pelvic tissue tightening
  3. The number sessions will be decided after discussion with our doctor.

USP of this technology are MANY!!

  • Its US FDA approved
  • non-invasive
  • Non-surgical
  • no side effects
  • 100% safe
  • Painless
  • Coffee time procedure/ walk-in walk-out procedure
  • In office procedure
  • 95% satisfaction rates
  • 75% reduction in pad usuage
  • Avoids medications- that have side-effects and that can cause on long term use organ-damage
  • No need to undress
  • Very comfortable
  • Improves sex satisfaction
  • Say NO to these problems!!.. we are here to help you

Candidates who can be benefited from this innovative technology are

  • Leaky bladder/Urinary Incontinence
  • Pelvic Muscle Weakness
  • Erective Dysfunction
  • Post-Menopausal Laxity
  • Low Libido
  • Good intimate health
  • Mild to moderate prolapse


The Emsella chair emits a high-intensity focused electromagnetic (HIFEM) wave to create 11,200 supramaximal contractions within the pelvic floor muscles over a 28minutes !!


Treatment sessions twice a week for 3 weeks.

Maintenance sessions once a month or according to ones need

V Tone

VTone  is an intravaginal EMS device that strengthens/rehabilitates weak pelvic floor muscles & improves the symptoms.of stress urge and mixed urinary incontinence


  • US FDA-cleared
  • Intravaginal EMS
  • No anaesthesia
  • non-surgical,
  • Comfortable
  • Painless
  • Safe
  • No downtime
  • invasive device that strengthens weak pelvic floor muscles & improves urinary incontinence symptoms.


  • to rehabilitate weak pelvic floor muscles
  • for the treatment of stress,
  • urge, and
  • mixed urinary incontinence in women.


v-tone is used by introducing into the vagina after undressing, EMS ( electrical muscle stimulation) causes to trigger involuntary supramaximal contractions ( feels like tingling sensation in vagina) that strengthens and tightens the pelvic floor muscles and vaginal stimulates the synthesis of collagen , collagen remodelling, tightening of pelvic muscles


Treatment sessions: It’s a 30 minutes weekly once / twice procedure for 6-8 sessions over three months

Maintenance sessions: once a year


Results are cumulative, with most patients realizing optimal strengthening and narrowing of the vaginal canal in 1-2 weeks after their final treatment. Maintenance treatments are performed annually.

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