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  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse Symptoms

    Your pelvic organs such as your uterus, bladder and rectum are held in place by the fascia and ligament tissues as well as your pelvic floor muscles.

    In combination they support your organs in place within your pelvis and also join them to the bony side walls of the pelvis.

    Over time or as a result of trauma these tissues can tear or stretch, or the muscles may weaken.

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  • Urge Incontinence Caused by Bladder Infection

    What is Urge Incontinence?

    If you occasionally suffer urges to urinate, and possibly incontinence it can be caused by a Bladder Infection

    What is a Bladder Infection?

    Lower urinary tract infections can cause Bladder (cystitis, or bladder infection) irritates the lining of the urethra and bladder becomes inflamed.

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  • Conservative Prolapse Management - Pessary



    What is a Pelvic Prolapse?

    Pelvic organ prolapse is a common condition, particularly affecting older women. Prolapse literally means ‘to fall’ and it occurs when the structures designed to keep organs in place weaken or stretch, so that one or more pelvic organs

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  • Conservative Treatment for Prolapse - Physiotherapy



    What is a Pelvic Prolapse?

    Pelvic organ prolapse is a common condition, particularly affecting older women. Prolapse literally means ‘to fall’ and it occurs when the structures designed to keep organs in place weaken or stretch, so that one or more pelvic organs (the uterus, bladder, bowel or rectum)

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  • Polycystic Ovaries vs Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome



    What is the Difference?

    A common confusion among women, is understanding the difference between having polycystic ovaries (PCO) and having been diagnosed with a Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).

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