Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Incontinence Treatment at Cleveland Clinic
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Nearly 50% of women who have had children are affected by pelvic organ prolapse. Prolapse occurs when weakened muscles cause one of the pelvic organs, most commonly the bladder, to drop. Discomfort, urinary incontinence and other symptoms may result.
Many women are embarrassed to talk about this problem - even to their doctors. Take control of your health by learning about all available treatment options. Many of the minimally invasive surgical options offer a fast recovery, so you can return to an active lifestyle, uninterrupted by discomfort.
Download our free guide to learn more about pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence, including:
More than 13 million people in the United States have incontinence; it occurs
twice as often in women.
"I lived with leakage and other issues for 10 years, but I'd had enough. Both my aunt and my cousin recommended my doctor after she fixed their problems. When I finally had the surgery, I was surprised at how easy it was. I only spent one night in the hospital and didn't need any pain medication after that. My problems are solved. I've already recommended my doctor to three of my friends!"
- Barbara R., North Kingsville, OH