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The Pelvic Floor, Prolapse and Pregnancy by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 29 Sep 2011 11:32pm It is quite ironic that I started this blog prior to the labor and delivery of my son, and now I am in the midst of dealing (and healing!) with pelvic floor problems postpartum. I was originally drawn to this subject matter because so many students discretely approached me about pelvic floor issues. Many had bladder prolapse, and sever ... Read on »
What Happens When Things Fall Down- Pelvic Organ Prolapse by Kathleen and Mary Posted Fri 01 Oct 2010 5:51pm While you might have expected gravity and time to take a toll on your face and "the girls", who would have thought that same thing could happen to your insides? Well, we are here to tell you stuff happens. Things (more specifically you bladder, uterus and rectum) can fall down and dare we mention ....out. But what would make you s ... Read on »
Review of the POP-Q Pelvic Organ Prolapse assessment app by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 29 Oct 2013 7:55am Purpose of App Review to review the utility of the app for routine pelvic organ prolapse assessment to evaluate the diversity of the app for POP-Q grid guidance and for visual guidance Introduction Muscles and soft tissue eventually give out. For some women this occurs in their 30s or 40s, for others in the 60s and 70s; other women never experien ... Read on »
Living with Pelvic Organ Prolapse by Amy C. Facebook Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 10:30am Today I welcome a guest post contributed by , an online consumer protection group for those affected by dangerous drugs. Transvaginal mesh, a health risk, is used in many types of surgery Women diagnosed with Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) may leave their doctor’s office feeling confused. POP isn’t a subject that is ... Read on »
Ptosis And Miosis by winnyninnypoopoo Facebook Posted Sun 21 Nov 2010 6:19pm Symptoms of Hemicrania Continua Since my occipital stimulator was installed in June 2009, when The Headache gets worse I can't always tell by the pain. The ONS does a pretty good job on most days in minimizing the pain. It does not totally remove the pain, but it is much less disabling than it was before I had my electronic nerve zapper. Ev ... Read on »
Mitral valve prolapse and panic disorder. by Eric W. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:07am Mitral valve prolapse (MVP) is a condition in which the heart's mitral valve doesn't function properly, causing a usually sporadic and benign heart murmur. Medical types have long suggested a link between the condition and panic disorder. Which makes sense to me, since MVP-caused palpitations may well have triggered my first-ever panic attack. ... Read on »
Ptosis Correction Surgery Recovery Day 2 by Susan Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Dec 2010 10:19pm It seems that the swelling peaked early today and then started to go down some. I'd hoped perhaps her eyes would open, but it doesn't look like they will. And unfortunately she is still very distressed at not being able to see. She panicks if I get up so we've been laying in bed all day. Read on »
Sling during prolapse surgery ‘may reduce incontinence risk’ by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Sep 2011 12:18pm Issue Codes Incontinence Products for Women Female incontinence is a common side-effect of pelvic organ prolapse surgery, but new research suggests that the fitting of a device called a midurethral sling could help to reduce this risk. The sling – also known as tension-free vaginal tape (TVT) – consists of a thin strip of mesh whic ... Read on »
Extra Treatment during Prolapse Repair Reduces Incontinence Rate by Medline Plus Posted Thu 21 Jun 2012 9:33am Surgery to repair pelvic organ prolapse often carries a risk of incontinence. To avoid scheduling a second surgery, some women may opt to have a second procedure to reduce incontinence at the time of their prolapse repair surgery. A study funded by the National Institutes of H ... Read on »
Mechanism and treatment of herniated disc (lumbar disc prolapse) by Ahmad.H Posted Fri 17 Dec 2010 6:58pm Herniated disc can be the cause of intolerable back pain. Let's first clearly summarize the basic anatomy of the vertebral column. The vertebral column is made up of vertebrae (bones) that are separated by intervertebral discs. Here is a normal spine: A normal intervertebral disc is shown below (seen from above). The disc co ... Read on »