Cystocele Symptoms, Causes and Treatments
When the wall between the bladder and the vagina weakens, the bladder may drop or sag into the vaginal wall. This disorder, which can happen to women of any age, is called a cystocele or anterior vaginal wall prolapse. At Coyle Institute, we work with patients daily to repair cystoceles and are highly experienced in treating them in safe and effective ways. Rather than tolerating the symptoms of a cystocele, it is important to receive a definitive diagnosis and be treated to avoid further complications.