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Uterine-vaginal prolapse


Uterine-vaginal prolapse is a common condition that affects many women, particularly those who are elderly or have given birth to multiple children. This problem occurs when the supporting tissues of the uterus and vagina weaken or loosen, leading to the descent or sagging of these organs into the vaginal cavity.


  • Feeling of heaviness or pressure in the pelvis or vagina.
  • Sensation of a bulge or foreign body in the vagina.
  • Urinary problems, such as incontinence or difficulty fully emptying the bladder.
  • Intestinal problems, such as constipation or difficulty fully emptying the bowel.
  • Discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse.


To understand the most appropriate treatment for uterine-vaginal prolapse, it is advisable to schedule an appointment with Professor Christian Gozzi for a specialized consultation.


Professor Gozzi