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Cystocele Surgery in Indore

Dr. Nilesh Dehariya, Senior Laser Proctologist
Dr. Nilesh Dehariya
Senior Laser Proctologist in Indore

Cystocele

A cystocele, also known as a bladder prolapse or anterior vaginal wall prolapse, occurs when the supportive tissues between a woman’s bladder and vaginal wall weaken and stretch, allowing the bladder to bulge into the vagina. This condition is a type of pelvic organ prolapse and is more common in women, particularly those who have experienced childbirth, hormonal changes, or other factors contributing to pelvic floor weakness.


Causes of Cystocele:

  1. Childbirth: Vaginal childbirth, especially multiple deliveries, can strain and weaken pelvic floor muscles and tissues.

  2. Aging: The natural aging process can lead to a loss of elasticity and strength in pelvic tissues.

  3. Menopause: Declining estrogen levels during menopause can contribute to changes in pelvic tissues.

  4. Chronic Straining: Activities that involve chronic straining, such as heavy lifting or chronic constipation, can contribute to pelvic floor weakness.

Symptoms of Cystocele:

  1. Feeling of Fullness or Pressure: A sensation of something bulging into the vaginal area.

  2. Incomplete Emptying of the Bladder: Difficulty fully emptying the bladder.

  3. Urinary Symptoms: Increased frequency of urination, urgency, or stress urinary incontinence.

  4. Discomfort or Pain: Discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse.

Treatment Options:

  1. Pelvic Floor Exercises (Kegels): Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles can help manage symptoms.

  2. Pessary: A device inserted into the vagina to provide support to the bladder and relieve symptoms.

  3. Hormone Therapy: Estrogen therapy in postmenopausal women to improve tissue tone.

  4. Behavioral Changes: Managing contributing factors, such as avoiding heavy lifting and maintaining a healthy weight.

  5. Surgery: In more severe cases or when conservative measures are not effective, surgical procedures may be considered to repair and support the prolapsed bladder.

The choice of treatment depends on the severity of symptoms, the impact on quality of life, and individual health factors. If someone suspects they have a cystocele or is experiencing symptoms, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management. A healthcare provider can provide guidance on the most suitable treatment options based on the individual’s condition.

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