Prolapse is a common condition and it occurs when the structures designed to keep organs in place weaken or stretch, causing them literally to 'prolapse'. There are many causes for prolapse, but the two main causes: gravity and childbirth can affect us all, so it's important that you keep an eye out for symptoms. A prolapse can be fairly mild but it can also become serious, and once the damage is done, it's virtually impossible to undo it. Dealing with a prolapse requires a completely different approach to the majority of conditions outlined in these sections, largely because it is a structural problem rather than one of hormone imbalance or nutritional deficiency. However, many of the recommendations below are aimed at strengthening the ligaments and tendons in the pelvic area, ensuring their integrity and elasticity. Many of the treatments are aimed at tonifying the uterus and other organs in the area. Depending on the severity of your condition, however, you may need to undertake these recommendations alongside conventional treatment.What is a prolapse?
Prolapse literally means 'to fall' or 'slip out of place', and the term can relate to different organs in the body. It is possible to have a rectal (prolapse of the rectum), bladder, vaginal or womb (uterine) prolapse and some of these can occur at the same time.
Marilyn recommends that you follow a plan of action designed specifically for dealing with Prolapse.
By clicking on any (or all) of the 4 sections below you can get a plan of action and find out all you need to know about Prolapse. From how to identify the problem and discovering the cause, to knowing what your choices are and what to do next.
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