You Don’t Have to Live with Uterine Prolapse
Uterine prolapse is very common, occurring in nearly one-half of all women between ages 50 and 79 to some degree. It occurs when the muscles and ligaments around the uterus weaken and allow the uterus to sag out of position or protrude out of the vagina. This can happen as a woman ages, especially if she has had multiple vaginal deliveries during childbirth. Keep in mind that although uterine prolapse most often affects postmenopausal women, it can happen to women of any age. At Coyle Institute, helping women overcome uterine prolapse is one of our specialties.