Pelvic organ lowering surgery with prosthetic material

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The most common causes of pelvic organ prolapse are pregnancy and childbirth, which lead to weakening of the vagina and its support; aging and menopause, which also cause weakening of the pelvic floor structures; illnesses such as obesity or chronic constipation; and an independent factor - carrying of excessive weights. In some cases, where lowering of the organ concerns different compartments (e.g. the anterior wall of the vagina and the uterus), prosthetic materials are used in a carefully selected group of patients to achieve closure of the hernia. This method is also used in the case of previous application of other methods of treatment that were not successful.
Genital prolapse is the insertion of one or more pelvic organs into the vagina or their prolapse. The organs mentioned include:
vagina, uterus, bladder, intestines. Prolapse occurs when the muscles, tendons and ligaments that hold the pelvic organs in place and in the correct position are weakened. Surgical treatment allows for optimal reconstruction of these organs and restoration of proper anatomical relationships. It is also extremely important to restore normal function of the bladder, rectum and sexual function.

Why is it worth it?

Restoration of normal anatomical conditions returns normal quality of life, improves the functioning of urination, bowel movements and has a positive effect on the quality of sexual life. The operation eliminates the ailments related to organ prolapse and restores normal functioning.

What do you need to know?



Problem solved

pelvic organ prolapse; urinary, faecal disorders; sexual dysfunctions

How often repeat

The procedure is not repeated

Duration time

40-60 minutes


Effectiveness of the surgery is above 90% and the effect is durable.
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The procedure is performed vaginally and involves implantation of a prosthetic material suspending the vagina and the uterus into the ligamentous structures of the lower pelvis. The patient must be on an empty stomach as the procedure is carried out under general anaesthesia.

No, the procedure is performed under anaesthesia.

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