Surgical treatments are most commonly recommended to women with more severe cases of pelvic organ prolapse who have been suffering greatly from pain or discomfort or whose daily lives have been limited by the unfortunate effects so commonly caused by the disorder. Several things may determine whether surgery is ever even recommended, however, including a woman’s age, her desire to have children in the future, her sexual history, and the degree of severity of both the prolapse and the symptoms involved.
Surgery can be performed either vaginally or through the abdomen; and, depending on the diagnosis, surgical mesh may be considered necessary in addition to any stitches that are required. Because it is more invasive, surgery allows greater access to the areas affected, which means that the vagina can be repositioned to its natural place; the tissue surrounding the vagina can be repaired; the vaginal canal can be closed permanently, even if the uterus is not being removed; and measures can be taken to ensure that incidences of urinary leakage are prevented or significantly reduced, in which case surgical mesh may be considered beneficial.
At Coyle Institute, Dr. Coyle can provide his patients with the very best care, and should they choose to undergo surgery, they can feel confident that they are receiving treatment from a leading expert whose experience in the field has gained him nationwide recognition.
As you research your options for relieving pelvic organ prolapse, give Coyle Institute a call today!