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Pelvic Reconstruction

Female Sexual Medicine  +  Feminine Itching  +  Feminine Odor  +  Feminine pH  +  Genitourinary

Gynecologic Health  +  Gynecologic Urology  +  Lichen Sclerosus  +  Life Begins At Conception

Menorrhagia  +  Obstetrics And Gynecology    +  Overactive Bladder  +  Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pregnancy And Childbirth  +  Vaginal Dryness  +  Vaginal pH  +  Vaginal Relaxation  +  Vaginal Vault Prolapse

Vulvar Cancer  +  Vulvar Pain  Vulvar Vestibulitis  +  Vulvovaginal Health





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Did you know that Sacrocolpopexy is considered by most doctors 
to be the Best Option and Procedure for Women with Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Uterine Suspension
or Vaginal Vault Prolapse?


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What is Pelvic Reconstruction?

Pelvic reconstruction is an area of surgery dealing with a woman's pelvis, and includes gynecology and gynecologic urology (also known as "uro-gynecology") and is the typical protocol to correct a woman's "pelvic organ prolapse."

50% of child-bearing women suffer from some degree of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Bladder control problems.

One in 10 women undergo pelvic reconstruction surgery for correcting their Pelvic Organ Prolapse before the age of 80.

Pelvic reconstruction is many times very complex surgery that may require not just the removal of certain organs or tissues in a woman's pelvis, but may also include the resection of areas and putting her organs and tissues back together in a way that makes her more functional, with less/no pain and feels better.

Sacrocolpopexy is considered by most doctors as the gold standard for surgically correcting vaginal vault prolapse.


Pelvic Reconstruction

Female Sexual Medicine  +  Feminine Itching  +  Feminine Odor  +  Feminine pH  +  Genitourinary

Gynecologic Health  +  Gynecologic Urology  +  Lichen Sclerosus  +  Life Begins At Conception

Menorrhagia  +  Obstetrics And Gynecology    +  Overactive Bladder  +  Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pregnancy And Childbirth  +  Vaginal Dryness  +  Vaginal pH  +  Vaginal Relaxation  +  Vaginal Vault Prolapse

Vulvar Cancer  +  Vulvar Pain  Vulvar Vestibulitis  +  Vulvovaginal Health




Advertise your Pelvic Reconstruction; book, conference, medical practice, medical research or procedure
at "the" Pelvic Reconstruction Website!  For ad rates, send e-mail to:

marketing@PelvicReconstruction.com

 

Did you know that Sacrocolpopexy is considered by most doctors 
to be the Best Option and Procedure for Women with Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Uterine Suspension
or Vaginal Vault Prolapse?


 

 

 




 



 

 


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