Description: A prolapsed bladder occurs when a woman’s vagina wall is damaged, causing the bladder to drop into the vagina. The condition, also called cystoceles or fallen bladder, is often associated with menopause. After menopause, women’s bodies stop creating as much estrogen as before, which may lead to muscles weakness in and around the vagina.
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Description: The bladder is a hollow organ in the pelvis that stores urine. The pressure created when the bladder fills with urine is what causes the urge to urinate. During urination, the urine travels from ...
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Description: A prolapsed bladder, also called a cystocele, anterior prolapse or dropped bladder, is the bulging or dropping of the bladder into the vagina 1). The bladder, located in the pelvis between the pelvic bones, is a hollow, muscular, balloon-shaped organ that expands as it fills with urine.
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Description: A prolapsed bladder is medically known as a cystocele. This occurs due to weakening of the tissues between a woman's bladder and her vagina, allowing the bladder to droop into the vagina. A cystocele may be mild or severe. A cystocele can be caused by muscle straining while giving birth. Other activity such as such as heavy lifting or repeated straining during bowel movements can also cause ...
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Description: Dropped Bladder - Symptoms & Treatments Under normal conditions in women, the bladder is held in place by a “hammock” of supportive pelvic floor muscles and tissue. When these tissues are stretched and/or become weak, the bladder can drop and bulge through this layer and into the vagina.
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Description: A dropped or prolapsed bladder (cystocele) occurs when the bladder wall bulges into the vaginal space. It results when supporting muscles and tissues for the bladder give way. Anterior prolapse, also known as a cystocele (SIS-toe-seel), occurs when the supportive tissue between a woman's bladder and vaginal wall weakens and stretches, allowing ...
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Description: Under normal conditions in women, the bladder is held in place by a “hammock” of supportive pelvic floor muscles and ligaments. When these tissues are stretched and/or become weak, the bladder can sag through this layer and into the vagina. This results in bladder prolapse, also called a cystocele.
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Description: What is Prolapsed Bladder? Pathophysiology, Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment, Pessary, Hysterectomy, Repair and Complications. Prolapsed Bladder or also called Cystocele is a condition when the muscle between women’s bladder and vagina fall out of place, and sticks out into vagina.
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Description: The first symptom that women with a prolapsed bladder usually notice is a feeling of pressure in the vagina or bladder. Other symptoms of a prolapsed bladder include the following: Discomfort or pain in the pelvis, lower abdomen, and when sitting; Tissue protruding from the vagina (The tissue may be tender and may bleed.) Palpable bulge in the ...
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Description: How to Diagnose and Treat a Prolapsed Bladder. When a woman's bladder falls out of place and drops into the vagina, it is said to be "prolapsed." Anatomically, the bladder lies between the pubic bone (in the front) and the uterus (in the...
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