Tuesday, August 6, 2013

5 Prolapsed Uterus Symptoms that Will Blow You be Aware

Roger Mitnick  /  at  10:32 PM  /  No comments

WHAT IS PROLAPSED UTERUS SYMPTOMS AND ANGLE ?

It might be asked, to what extent, then, is the mobilty of the uterus normal? From clinical observation, I should say that any descent of the uterus, except what has been already indicated, is abnormal. But the antero- posterior position of the uterus can vary in health through fairly wide limits.



 It moves on its axis from a position of anteversion with an empty bladder, through an angle of 45°, so that in the standing position the cervix looks slightly forwards and downwards, and the fundus backwards a little upwards .

 PROLAPSED UTERUS SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS



The symptoms of prolapsed uterus are more marked in the early than the later stages.
As soon as the uterine ligaments begin to stretch the patient suffers from pain in the back low down at the junction of the sacrum to lumbar spine.
She usually feels a bearing-down pain within the pelvis, which is worse on walking or standing, and relieved by lying down.

Many complain of pain in the left ovarian region as well.
The bladder is sometimes irritable, with frequent micturition.

Young unmarried women may have slight metrorrhagia.

It is in the early stage that prolapse is most likely to be overlooked.

Many patients, if examined lying down and told to force down, show little or no sign of prolapse, but if the examination is made while the patient is standing, the uterus is found to come down a little lower than normal.

MORE SYMPTOMS OF PROLAPSE

   She usually feels a bearing-down pain within the pelvis, which is worse on walking or standing, and relieved by lying down.


    The cervix is found to be enlarged and usually covered with erosion, while profuse leucorrhoea is present.
    The lower the uterus and the longer it has been down the more marked are these symptoms.
    Added to this there may be actual ulceration of the cervix in such a condition of neglect that it might be mistaken for an epithelioma.
     The vagina undergoes certain changes in chronic pro- cidentia. It is usually much dilated and larger than normal, the rugse are lost, the epithelial surface loses its mucous character and becomes hard and horny.



In all doubtful cases, when the patient has symptoms of prolapse she should be examined standing, and if she is told to bear down as much as possible, whatever the degree of prolapse it will be revealed.

At the same time, any bulging of the vaginal walls or general drop of the pelvic floor should be noted. In order to succeed in the treatment of these cases it is highly important to form an accurate opinion as to whether the pelvic floor or the uterine ligaments are most at fault, or whether as often happens, both have given way.

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