Ade Sanusi

Consultant
Obstetrician &
Gynaecologist
.
Uterine Prolapse / Urinary Incontinence


Prolapse of the womb (uterus) is a common condition in women with up to half of women who have had children being affected. The womb and vaginal walls are held in place by muscle, tissues and ligaments.

Prolapse occurs for many reasons including childbearing when these are weakened.

Women may complain of:

  • A dragging sensation or a feeling of fullness
  • Difficulty in having sex
  • Back pain
  • The womb or vaginal wall coming through the vulva.


Prolapse may be associated with incontinence of urine. Mr Sanusi is able to offer investigation and treatment for prolapse and incontinence surgery.

For further information please visit the NHS website on
www.nhs.uk/conditions/prolapse-of-the-uterus


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Normal



1st Degree Uterine Prolapse



2nd Degree Uterine Prolapse



3rd Degree Uterine Prolapse