• surgical repair
  • and (4) while transvaginal surgical repair to correct weakened tissue between the bladder and vagina (anterior repair) with mesh augmentation may provide an anatomic benefit compared to traditional POP repair without mesh, this anatomic benefit may not result in better symptomatic results. (springer.com)
  • symptoms
  • The FDA noted mesh exposure ("erosion") as the most common mesh-related complication and with mesh shrinkage ("contraction"), the leading cause of symptoms including bleeding, pelvic pain, dyspareunia, or apareunia. (springer.com)
  • changes in pelvic
  • Using qualitative methods, we will examine cultural aspects of perceptions, explanations of changes in pelvic floor support, and actions taken by Mexican-American and Euro-American primipara, emphasising early changes after childbirth. (bmj.com)
  • vaginally
  • For prolapse repairs that are performed vaginally, the surgeon attaches either the upper vagina or cervix to the ligament between the ischial spine and the sacrum (sacrospinous ligament) or to the ligaments between the sacrum and uterus (uterosacral ligaments). (clevelandclinic.org)