If you’ve been diagnosed with a uterine prolapse, it’s likely you’re suffering from a great deal of pain and discomfort. This debilitating condition is experienced by thousands of women in the UK, yet many suffer in silence due to the intimate and sensitive nature of the illness. At the Pelvic Clinic, we aim to offer advice, support and above all else, medical care that can allow you to live a normal, pain-free life once again. Read on to learn how an operation for a prolapsed womb could help you.
Prolapse occurs when the tissue supporting the pelvic organs becomes weak and can no longer bear the weight of the organs. The most common cause of this is pregnancy and childbirth, when many of the muscles and ligaments supporting the pelvic organs are damaged and weakened. Another key factor is age; after the menopause, the body’s oestrogen levels diminish and the production of collagen, which is responsible for healthy, stretchy and strong muscles and ligaments, declines. Many women who have had children may not notice the symptoms of prolapse until later life when their muscles begin to weaken and symptoms increase.
Prolapse repair operation
Repairing a prolapse can be done in a number of different ways and it may be that GP or a another surgeon has recommended that you have surgery but you are unhappy about this prospect.
- It may be that you have not spoken to anyone about this because you are worried about having to have surgery.
- You may have assumed that the only option available to you is to have a hysterectomy.
- It may be that you would just like to have a second opinion.
There is another successful method of surgery called a sacrohysteropexy prolapse repair. This is a type of uterine prolapse operation which involves repositioning the uterus and securing it via a flexible mesh that acts like a sling to permanently hold the uterus in place. Mr Broome has performed over 1000 of these prolapse repair operations
Sacrohysteropexy is suitable for women of all ages, is totally permanent, and does not require any further corrective procedures in future. Women can go on to have children after having this type of prolapsed womb operation without any problems.
Mr Broome has a 100% success rate with the sacrohysteropexy procedure, which is proof of his skill and expertise in this kind of prolapse repair operation. He is highly regarded in his field and with his patients too, due to his empathy and kindness throughout his consultations. He has performed over 1,000 sacrohysteropexy operations, so you can rest assured that if you undergo this procedure at the Pelvic Clinic, you will be in the very best of hands.
Arrange your consultation
To learn more about the Sacrohysteropexy prolapse repair operation or just more information about the options available to you at the Pelvic Clinic, please contact us to arrange an initial consultation and take your first step towards a pain-free future.