Cystoceles

Our urologists diagnose and treat cystoceles, which are also known as prolapsed or fallen bladders. A cystocele occurs when the ligaments holding the bladder up stretch or weaken, causing the bladder to fall towards, or sometimes through, the vagina. We treat cystoceles with bladder training or surgery, depending on the severity of the condition.

Cystocele Symptoms:

  • Pressure in pelvis or vagina
  • Chronic bladder infections
  • Pain or discomfort in normal activities

How We Diagnose Cystoceles:

  • Pelvic exam
  • Medical history
  • Bladder and urine tests

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Treatment Options

  • Bladder training

  • Supportive device
  • Estrogen therapy

  • Surgery

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Cystoceles are also known as prolapsed or fallen bladders.

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