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Pelvic Organ Prolapse


It affects one in three women who have one or more children and occurs when the tissue and muscles of the pelvic floor no longer support the pelvic organs resulting in the descending or dropping (prolapse) of the pelvic organs from their normal position. Women most commonly develop POP years after childbirth, following a hysterectomy or after menopause.

Normal Vaginal Opening


Pelvic Organ Prolapse


Types of Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Types of Pelvic Prolapse - Normal.

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The lack of support develops as a result of a weakening of the muscle, ligament, and fascia – a complex networking of connecting tissue that support and hold the pelvic organs in place.

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More Medical Information

What causes a pelvic organ prolapse?

The leading causes of pelvic nerve, ligament and muscle damage that support the pelvic organs include:   

  • Pregnancy and childbirth are the main causes of the weakening of the vagina and supporting tissues. Sagging may develop immediately or over a period of years. However, it is important to emphasise that one out of every nine women (11%) undergoes surgery for sagging during their lifetime.
  • Aging and menopause cause further weakening of the pelvic floor structures.
  • Conditions that cause increased pressure on the pelvic floor, such as being overweight, chronic coughing, heavy lifting, chronic constipation, and excessive straining
  • Some women have an inherited risk for diseases that affect connective tissue, such as Marfan syndrome or Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

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