Getting Your Health and Happiness to Mesh Well
In the ongoing effort to offer women the most successful methods of treatment for issues such as pelvic organ prolapse and the complications they cause, the field of urogynecology is constantly finding innovative options that are safer, more effective, and less invasive than more traditional surgical options. These options often provide benefits that were once unimaginable to women suffering from the pain and embarrassment of pelvic organ prolapse, utilizing technologically advanced techniques, surgical procedures, and even bio-alternative products that are leading the way in healthcare to restore a quality of life.
Among the most successful of these medical marvels and innovations is a type of lightweight, synthetic medical mesh called Restorelle, which is often used in procedures such as sacrocolpopexy to correct the anatomical position of prolapsed pelvic organs and provide physical support for these organs by grafting the mesh onto the tissues of the pelvic floor. Rather than relying on the strength of a patient’s own natural tissue to repair a prolapse and requiring multiple sites to rebuild the structure of the pelvic floor tissues, using Restorelle requires only a single surgical site for the repair, which ultimately means less post-operative recovery time as well as less scarring. As the body heals, the body assimilates the Restorelle graft as a part of its natural tissue, ultimately securing it in place so that the prolapsed organs are once again given proper support and significantly reducing the risk of mesh displacement or the possibility of mesh migration into other organs in the pelvic region.
In the exploration and evaluation of all treatment options, a full examination will be required to determine the exact causes of a patient’s case of pelvic organ prolapse as well as the severity of the disorder. For women whose condition would likely benefit from Restorelle, this minimally invasive procedure can become the solution they have been hoping to find.
Signs of Structural Failure
The most commonly experienced symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse include:
- Pain during intercourse
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic pressure
- Protrusion of the pelvic organs past the vaginal opening
- Urinary incontinence
At Coyle Institute, we have years of experience in treating patients for conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse and performing the most minimally invasive procedures available. Our leading edge expertise and innovative methods provide the women in our care with solutions that are safe, effective, and life changing; and it is our greatest goal to offer options that restore their health and their passion for living life as fully as possible.
Restore your love for living and support your visions of a happy, healthy future! Call the team of experts at Coyle Institute to learn more about how Restorelle can benefit you today!