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Managing your vaginal prolapse
 
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There's 4 key things to remember when you've been diagnosed with a pelvic organ (vaginal) prolapse. Avoid these key things to stop your prolapse from pregressing. If you're looking to improve those prolapse symptoms, strong evidence shows that pelvic floor exercises for 3 to 5 months can make a significant difference. Check out my "how to do pelvic floor exercises" video for more info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cru7NtCdl7A. www.JillyBond.com
Views: 4346 Jilly Bond
Managing Mild to Moderate Iris Prolapse & Floppy Iris during Cataract Surgery
 
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The iris can prolapse any time that a pressure gradient exists in front of, and behind the iris tissue. This patient takes Flomax (tamsulosin) which is associated with IFIS: intra-operative floppy iris syndrome as shown in the landmark study by David Chang MD. At the beginning of the cataract surgery, the pupil is a reasonable size, but during the case it begins to constrict and by the second half of the procedure, there is iris prolapse and miosis. This video shows techniques to handle the iris prolapse in mild cases like this.  The key in management is to equalize the pressure gradient by releasing fluid from behind the iris. We can also put additional viscoelastic in front of the iris to help in this regard. These cases can be managed with simple intervention and this results in an efficient surgery with an excellent post operative result.
Views: 1740 Uday Devgan
Tips for managing and reducing pelvic organ prolapse
 
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This video covers the basics about what types of activities tend to increase symptoms from pelvic organ prolapse and how to modify those activities to reduce your symptoms and speed up the healing. This doesn't cover all aspects of healing prolapse (such as prolapse specific exercises), however it's a great place to start.
Vaginal Prolapse Treatment - Education for Patients
 
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Vaginal Prolapse Treatment - Education for Patients
Views: 246928 Daniel Gruber
Prolapse in Women - Expert Physiotherapy Management Tips
 
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Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist prolapse tips and prolapse protection strategies from http://www.pelvicexercises.com.au. Essential knowlege for all women living with vaginal prolapse and recovering from prolapse surgery. Includes information and useful tips for managing and reducing prolapse symptoms, with chronic cough and sneeze, heavy lifting, bowel movements, safe and unsafe exercises with a prolapse and the importance of weight management for long-term prolapse support. Appropriate for women with bladder prolapse, uterine prolapse or rectal prolapse. This information may also help to avoid recurrent prolapse in women having previous prolapse repair surgery.
Views: 56542 Michelle Kenway
OSCE Cord Prolapse Demonstration
 
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This video was recorded for a second year Midwifery module and is a demonstration (mock-up) of how to conduct an OSCE (Observed Structured Clinical Examination) about Cord Prolapse. Featuring University of Nottingham Division of Midwifery's Jo Foster and Amanda Wain, filmed by Kirstie Coolin from the Health E-Learning and Media Team (HELM). This resource was created for University of Nottingham Students and its intended use is as a teaching aid that forms a part of the Midwifery BSc. This video is strictly for information purposes only.
Managing Prolapse Effectively without Surgery
 
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The first video of our 'Living Well with Prolapse' series. This conversation is with the brilliant Angela James from Sydney Pelvic Clinic. We discuss non- surgical treatment options for pelvic organ prolapse and and how being diagnosed with prolapse shouldn't mean the end of you doing things you once loved. Angela's website: https://www.sydneypelvicclinic.com.au/ For more information about pelvic floor dysfunction you can visit our website: http://www.birthtrauma.org.au/where-to-start/what-is-birth-trauma/what-is-physical-birth-trauma/ Join our private support group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/birthtrauma.org.au Please remember that the content on this channel is intended as information only and shouldn't replace medical advice, diagnosis or treatment from a trusted healthcare provider.
Prolapse and Exercise: To Do, and To Avoid!
 
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If you have pelvic organ prolapse you might be wondering which exercises to do, and which exercises to avoid. In this video, I share a number of "problem exercises" as well as safe alternatives that you can easily work into your next workout! Please note, this is general information and is NOT to be used as a substitute for medical evaluation and treatment. Always speak to a specialist for INDIVIDUALIZED advice based on your personal needs! ❤ ❤ ❤ Additional Links and Resources: Canned Food Workout: https://youtu.be/Jk2mtghkgFc Downward Dog Tutorial: https://youtu.be/bjbWSrptlpI Low and Medium Impact Cardio: https://youtu.be/fordr2FQcds Anti-Inflammatory Recipes for Pain w/ Laura Ricci | FemFusion Fitness
Views: 60427 FemFusion Fitness
My Prolapse Story (and how I fixed it!) | FemFusion Fitness
 
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In this very personal video, I share my prolapse story including how I fixed it, using natural methods such as safe core strengthening and basic lifestyle modifications. I hope my journey will give you hope if you're dealing with prolapse as well! Sign up for my free "Lift" pelvic organ support series to see many of the exercises and lifestyle tips that I used to manage my prolapse symptoms: http://femfusionfitness.com/lift-pelvic-organ-support/ If you have ANY questions or concerns about your specific condition or needs, talk to your doctor or other healthcare professional. I cannot answer individualized questions via email or in the comments below. ❤ ❤ ❤ Additional links and resources: Ab Camp: http://femfusionfitness.com/ab-camp Check out my book, "Lady Bits:" http://amzn.to/1PIUSIw Things I love: http://bit.ly/2psu7RH YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/femfusionfitness ❤ Don't miss my playlists! Website: http://www.femfusionfitness.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/femfusionfitness Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/femfusion Insta: https://www.instagram.com/femfusionfitness/ ❤ ❤ ❤ Fitting MORE MOVEMENT into your day not only increases energy, improves your mood, boosts strength, and tones your body, it has also been shown to prevent chronic illness such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes (to name just two common conditions). Do a little bit a lot, and see how good you can feel! #MoveMore | #MoveEveryDay | #FeelGoodFitness FemFusion Fitness: Eat clean. Move every day. Shine brighter!
Views: 149859 FemFusion Fitness
Tips for Living with a Rectocele: Type of Organ Prolapse
 
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Join Kim Vopni and the beautiful west coast scenery of Port Moody, British Columbia, as she shares very useful tips on how to live with a rectocele, a type of organ prolapse. Although surgery may be needed in very serious cases, these tips can improve the comfort and quality of life of those with this condition. Come check out my blog! http://bit.ly/PelvienneBlog ******************* Connect with me… On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PelvienneWellness/ On Instagram https://www.instagram.com/vaginacoach/ On Twitter https://twitter.com/VaginaCoach www.vaginacoach.com 5 Birth Tips Your Vagina Wants You To Know (FREE!) http://bit.ly/5VaginaSecrets Thank you so much for watching! Please make sure to LIKE and SHARE the video and SUBSCRIBE to the channel for the best fitness and wellness advice south of your belly button. To follow along with the transcript, click on the "...." "open transcript.
Ten Tips to Prevent and Treat Iris Prolapse
 
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In this video I will share ten tips to prevent and treat iris prolapse, a challenge encountered frequently during cataract surgery, particularly for beginning surgeons.
Views: 2878 EyeSteve
Woman Shares How Her Pelvic Prolapse Has Impacted Her Life
 
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Anita joins The Doctors in the medical confessional to seek help for her pelvic organ prolapse that she’s been dealing with for over ten years. Subscribe to The Doctors: http://bit.ly/SubscribeTheDrs Like us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FacebookTheDoctors Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TheDrsTwitter Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/InstagramTheDoctorsTV Follow us on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/PinterestTheDrs About The Doctors: The Doctors is an Emmy award-winning daytime talk show hosted by ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon and OB-GYN Dr. Nita Landry. The Doctors helps you understand the latest health headlines, such as the ice bucket challenge for ALS and the Ebola outbreak; delivers exclusive interviews with celebrities dealing with health issues, such as Lamar Odom, Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, reality stars Honey Boo Boo and Mama June, and activist Chaz Bono; brings you debates about health and safety claims from agricultural company Monsanto and celebrities such as Jenny McCarthy; and shows you the latest gross viral videos and explains how you can avoid an emergency situation. The Doctors also features the News in 2:00 digest of the latest celebrity health news and The Doctors’ Prescription for simple steps to get active, combat stress, eat better and live healthier. Now in its eighth season, The Doctors celebrity guests have included Academy Award Winners Sally Field, Barbra Streisand, Jane Fonda, Marcia Gay Harden, Kathy Bates and Marisa Tomei; reality stars from Teen Mom and The Real Housewives, as well as Kris Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner, Melissa Rivers, Sharon Osbourne, Tim Gunn and Amber Rose; actors Jessica Alba, Christina Applegate, Julie Bowen, Patricia Heaton, Chevy Chase, Kristin Davis, Lou Ferrigno, Harrison Ford, Grace Gealey, Cedric the Entertainer, Valerie Harper, Debra Messing, Chris O’Donnell, Betty White, Linda Gray, Fran Drescher, Emmy Rossum, Roseanne Barr, Valerie Bertinelli, Suzanne Somers; athletes Magic Johnson, Apolo Ohno and Danica Patrick; musicians Tim McGraw, Justin Bieber, Clint Black, LL Cool J, Nick Carter, Kristin Chenoweth, Paula Abdul, Gloria Gaynor, La Toya Jackson, Barry Manilow, Bret Michaels, Gene Simmons and Jordin Sparks; and celebrity chefs Wolfgang Puck, Guy Fieri and Curtis Stone.
Views: 21962 The Doctors
Non-Surgical Treatment for Prolapse w/ Michelle Lyons | FemFusion Fitness
 
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Expert Interview: Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Prolapse w/ Michelle Lyons, PT. This interview is jam-packed with practical information for ANYONE who's curious about pelvic organ prolapse. Michelle even includes visual aids! Learn Michelle's top tips for preventing cumulative stress on the pelvic floor, as well as information about pessary use, pelvic floor re-training, and topical estrogen creams. Michelle's website: http://celebratemuliebrity.com/ Get my sterling silver pelvis pendant: http://femfusionfitness.com/pelvis-pendant/ Check out other wellness items I love: http://femfusionfitness.com/affiliate-links/ ❤ ❤ ❤ My hope with FemFusion Fitness is to bring women's health and pelvic health topics out into the open... So let's chat! Have a question for me? If so, go to http://femfusionfitness.com/contact/ and submit yours. Subscribe to my channel for video updates, and be sure to share this info with a friend who needs it. Additional links and resources: My blog - http://www.femfusionfitness.com/blog/ My book, "Lady Bits" - http://amzn.to/1PIUSIw My vision - https://youtu.be/aGfpJ5xf6to Do this FIRST if you have prolapse - https://youtu.be/Nz7PSHNnZQg Prolapse-Safe Upper Body Workout - https://youtu.be/Jk2mtghkgFc ❤ ❤ ❤ FemFusion Fitness is focused on feel-good fitness for women (and men!). We work the TOTAL CORE, from the pelvic floor and hips on up through the abs, back, and breathing diaphragm. Let's feel strong and confident together, and have fun falling in love with movement! #MoveMore | #MoveEveryDay | #FeelGoodFitness FemFusion Fitness: Eat clean. Move every day. Shine brighter!
Views: 57410 FemFusion Fitness
Management of  Mature Cataract with Vitreous Prolapse
 
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Dr Gimbel demonstrates his technique in managing a mature cataract with late vitreous prolapse. ASCRS video satellite live cataract surgery course.
Views: 4023 GimbelLibrary
Got a Prolapse? Don't fear! Do this to stop it getting worse..
 
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Views: 664 Jilly Bond
Prolapse, constipation, and pushing to pee {Bri Gets Personal}
 
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Ever feel like you're going backward when it comes to managing your prolapse??? Learn why constipation and pushing to pee can cause discomfort and an increase in symptoms, and how to help. I get personal in this one! ❤ ❤ ❤ Get started with my "Lift" pelvic organ support series. It's free! Sign up here: http://femfusionfitness.com/lift-pelvic-organ-support/ Grab my new SMOOTH MOVE SYSTEM! Time-tested secrets including a specific abdominal massage technique and gut-healing (yet inexpensive) ingredients -- http://gum.co/smoothmovesystem ❤ ❤ ❤ Check out my book, "Lady Bits:" http://amzn.to/2iEKqJJ ❤ ❤ ❤ MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: FemFusion Wellness LLC / Dr. Brianne Grogan, PT, DPT offers health and fitness information intended to assist you in improving your general health and well-being. FemFusion programs, videos, and written texts are designed for entertainment and educational purposes only. Please consult your physician before beginning this or any other exercise program. All forms of exercise pose some inherent risks, particularly exercise done independently without individualized supervision from a qualified fitness trainer or healthcare professional. Due to the nature of video instruction, FemFusion Wellness LLC advises readers/viewers to take full responsibility for their safety and to know their personal limits. *Stop if you experience faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath.* By participating in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge FemFusion Wellness LLC / Brianne Grogan from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of FemFusion Wellness LLC / Brianne Grogan's negligence. Do not rely on the information presented as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, consult with a physician or other health care professional. Do not disregard, avoid or delay obtaining medical or health related advice because of something you may have read, heard, or viewed on this site or channel. The use of any information provided on this (or any associated) video or website is solely at your own risk. General questions are welcome, but please do not contact us with details of your personal situation or medical concerns. We cannot comment on your individual circumstances by personal email, nor will we provide medical advice, opinion, diagnosis, treatment or medical services of any kind. Thank you for your understanding. For more information on consulting with a Pelvic Physical Therapist for personal assessment and treatment, check this link if you live in the United States of America: http://www.womenshealthapta.org/pt-locator/. If you live outside the US, search for a physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction and rehabilitation. ❤ ❤ ❤ Additional links and resources: Get email updates! http://eepurl.com/gY6Qn Things I love: http://bit.ly/2psu7RH YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/femfusionfitness ❤ Don't miss my playlists! Website: http://www.femfusionfitness.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/femfusionfitness Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/femfusion Insta: https://www.instagram.com/femfusionfitness/ ❤ ❤ ❤ Fitting MORE MOVEMENT into your day not only increases energy, improves your mood, boosts strength, and tones your body, it has also been shown to prevent chronic illness such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes (to name just two common conditions). Movement breaks will help you fit MORE FITNESS into your day. Do a little bit a lot, and see how good you can feel! FemFusion Fitness: Eat clean. Move every day. Shine brighter!
Views: 11588 FemFusion Fitness
Prolapse Recovery Video
 
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This video presents a gentle safe way to reduce any type of prolapse (bladder, uterus, or rectum) (aka cystocele, rectocele) using daily gentle positioning with specific breathing and movements.
Prolapse 101: It's Not All Kegels
 
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DISCLAIMER: This video is no substitute for in-person treatment and is for demonstration purposes only. If you suffer from any physical condition and illness, please consult your doctor before receiving any form of treatment. Hey guys, it’s Hina from Rebalance! I’m here to talk to all of you women about prolapse – the symptoms you might be having and if you’ve already seen a physician what they might have told you, and what physical therapy can do to help you because I really do feel that every woman who has been diagnosed with a prolapse that’s mild to moderate should have some type of conservative physical therapy intervention by a skilled integrative pelvic floor physical therapist. If you have a severe prolapse, you should still get evaluated to see if physical therapy can help. You might need surgery, but PT can help. What is a prolapse and how do you know if you have one? Prolapse is very common when you’ve had children, especially multiple children. Carrying and delivering the baby puts a lot of pressure on the organs, specifically the uterus, bladder and rectum. That pressure can push down on those organs and push them out of the vaginal or rectal canal and cause pressure or discomfort in the low back or it sometimes causes a dull type pain in the vaginal area or rectal area (not common put some people come in with that). You can have constipation, because the rectum, if that’s fallen enough, blocks the opening so you might feel like you have to move something out of the way in order to have a bowel movement. There are four types of prolapses you can have: • Uterine prolapse, uterus has fallen into vaginal canal • Vaginal prolapse, vagina falls into the vaginal canal • Bladder prolapse, Bladder falls into the vaginal canal • Rectal prolapse, rectal falls into the Rectal canal What do I do?! It’s nothing to be scared about, it’s not a medical emergency. But you don’t want to walk around with a prolapse. The first thing I would recommend is to see your gynecologist and see if they think it’s significant enough and what to do about it. We’re fortunate in the Philadelphia/Main Line area to have wonderful hospital systems and many gynecologists are conservative and they will recommend pelvic floor physical therapy as a more conservative treatment. However, if you were told to go straight to surgery, especially if it’s mild to moderate, I highly recommend getting evaluated by an integrative holistic pelvic floor physical therapist. What I mean is that someone who’s not just going to give you Kegel exercises to do for strengthening your pelvic floor. That was the old model for how to treat prolapses conservatively way back. We’ve come to the understanding that it’s not just doing Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor that’s going to keep these organs up. How can my alignment affect a prolapse? One of the big things you also have to address when treating a prolapse is the alignment of the body. Your organs sit in your pelvis. Depending on the posturing of the body, if you tilt in one direction more, the organs will sit in a position based on the alignment of your body and push down in a different direction. When you’re in good alignment, the normal pressure in the body will push them forward toward the pubic bone versus down through the opening of the vagina and the rectum. When your alignment is off, you’re going to have an imbalance of pressure and that pressure can push things down outside of the canal. There’s a lot of things such as stretching, strengthening, soft tissue and hands on work to improve this that will help to balance the pressure so it’s pointing more forward instead of down. And then if we need to go in to teach you exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor we may add that in addition to a lot of other things. Kegels might make pelvic pain WORSE For some of you experiencing pain, as well as having a prolapse, vaginal pain in general, rectal pain in general, pain with intercourse, IBS, the pelvic floor could actually be TOO tight. There are many people who have tightness of their pelvic floor AND they have a prolapse. You don’t want to strengthen your pelvic floor if it’s already too tight because that will just create more imbalance and more pain. Your body works as a whole, it doesn’t work in different pieces. We need to look at everything in an integrative fashion – everything in your body works together. For those of you experiencing a pelvic organ prolapse, I highly recommend getting evaluated by an integrative pelvic floor therapist prior to getting surgery. If you’re in the Philadelphia-area, visit our website www.rebalancept.com for more information or to schedule a complimentary phone consultation. If you’re not in the area but are seeking a recommendation, contact us and we can help you find a professional in your area.
The vaginal pessary for prolapse: An educational video
 
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Dr. Teresa Tam demonstrates proper insertion and removal technique and illustrates correct measurement of pessary size. Read the article this video appears in ("Pessaries for vaginal prolapse: Critical factors to successful fit and continued use" by Teresa Tam, MD, and Matthew Davies, MD) at OBG Management's Web site: http://www.obgmanagement.com/browse-by-article-type/surgical-techniques/article/pessaries-for-vaginal-prolapse-critical-factors-to-successful-fit-and-continued-use/7b9df0718f6bbb15289172975f38559e.html Video Copyright Maria Teresa Tam, MD
Views: 222878 OBGManagementJournal
management of iris prolapse during cataract surgery / phaco
 
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techniques to manage iris prolapse during cataract surgery / Phacoemulsification. The bottom line is to equalize any pressure gradients.
Views: 63210 Uday Devgan
Iris prolapse during cataract surgery
 
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Visit http://eyeguru.org/videos/ to see all of our surgical videos. ***Video Quicklinks Below*** Paracentesis: 0:05 Main incision: 0:11 Capsulorhexis: 0:25 Hydrodissection: 0:46 *1st iris prolapse: 0:51 *2nd iris prolapse: 1:35 Phacoemulsification: 1:53 *3rd iris prolapse: 2:24 Cortex removal: 3:03 *4th iris prolapse: 3:13 Lens injection: 3:35 *5th iris prolapse: 4:08 *Suture placed to prevent postoperative prolapse: 4:35 Hydration of incisions: 5:07 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Iris prolapse is caused by a pressure differential between the anterior chamber and the outside world. In this case, the pressure differential is caused in part by BSS from hydrodissection getting trapped behind the nucleus. Tips: 1. A smaller rhexis, combined with aggressive hydrodissection, can trap balanced salt solution (BSS) behind the lens. This can push the nucleus forward, increase anterior chamber pressure, and precipitate iris prolapse. 2. Quite simply: iris prolapse is caused by a pressure gradient between the anterior chamber and the outside world. Relieve the pressure gradient, and the iris will return back to its proper place. 3. The chopper should not sit idle. Either use the chopper to help chop or use it to help protect the capsule. 4. Come out quickly with instruments to reduce BSS outflow that re-prolapses the iris. 5. You can turn the infusion sleeve downwards to push iris out of the way while entering the eye. 6. Cohesive viscoelastic is not super helpful for pushing back the iris, as it will prolapse out easily. 7. Place a corneal suture with the eye at physiologic pressure. Check out this article by Dr. Devgan for a more in depth discussion: https://www.healio.com/ophthalmology/cataract-surgery/news/print/ocular-surgery-news/%7B90ca0fc1-6e29-4158-9edf-34cd10a7c9c9%7D/management-of-iris-prolapse-in-cataract-surgery --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
What Are Vaginal Prolapse Symptoms? - Dr. Cornella
 
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Dr. Cornella recalls the symptoms associated with vaginal prolapse and how commonly women are diagnosed with this condition. For more information visit http://www.empowher.com/condition/vaginal-prolapse.
Views: 12185 EmpowHER
How to Avoid Repeat Prolapse After Prolapse Repair Surgery
 
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How to avoid repeat prolapse surgery after prolapse repair surgery with Michelle Kenway Pelvic Floor Physio from http://www.pelvicexercises.com.au. Michelle teaches you vital techniques and provides professional information to help you protect your pelvic floor after prolapse surgery and avoid straining your repair. This includes safe exercise with exercises to choose and those to avoid, bowel management, safe lifting and carrying, and exercises to strengthen your prolapse repair. Michelle is the author of the acclaimed 'Inside Out' pelvic floor safe exercise program for women after hysterectomy or pelvic floor prolapse surgery available from http://www.pelvicexercises.com.au/pelvic-exercise-products/
Views: 85437 Michelle Kenway
Dr. Patrick Culligan - Vaginal Vault Prolapse
 
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To make an appointment to see a Urogynecologist at the Center for Female Pelvic Health in New York City, please call (646)-962-9600. In this video, Dr. Patrick Culligan, Director of Urogynecology at the Center for Female Pelvic Health, discusses Vaginal Vault Prolapse. For additional health resources related to the diagnosis and treatment of urogynecology conditions, please visit our website at: https://urology.weillcornell.org/urogynecologyfemale-pelvic-health-reconstructive-medicine For more information on Dr. Patrick Culligan, please visit his physician profile at: https://urology.weillcornell.org/patrick-j-culligan
Views: 2382 Weill Cornell Urology
Mitral Valve Prolapse ¦ Treatment and Symptoms
 
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http://t.co/PcjQIza93H ◄ Mitral Valve Prolapse treatment — Finding the right information about Mitral Valve Prolapse treatment & symptoms, is crucial to managing Mitral Valve Prolapse. Learn more about the best current treatment for you. ► http://t.co/PcjQIza93H Website: http://www.MainMD.com Provides valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information. You can trust that our content is timely and credible. Discussions: http://www.MainMD.com/forum YouTube: http://www.YouTube.com/MainMDcom Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/MainMD Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/MainMD THIS VIDEO CAN NOT BE RE-UPLOADED OR USED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM MAINMD PRODS -MainMD © All Rights Reserved-
Views: 9677 MainMD
The Facts On Pelvic Organ Prolapse - Nebraska Medicine
 
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Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition that occurs when the muscles and tissue in your pelvis weaken. Your uterus drops down into your vagina. Sometimes, it comes out through your vaginal opening. Nearly half of all women between ages 50 and 79 have uterine prolapse, or some other form of pelvic organ prolapse. In this video, urogynecologist Kristin Rooney, MD, describes what it is and how it's treated. Symptoms Many women with uterine prolapse have no symptoms. However, if symptoms start, they may include: Leakage of urine Feeling of heaviness or fullness in your pelvis Bulging in your vagina Lower-back pain Aching, or the feeling of pressure, in your lower abdomen or pelvis Who's at risk If you have given birth, you have the highest risk for uterine prolapse. If you've had a vaginal delivery, you are more likely to develop uterine prolapse than if you've had a C-section. If you are menopausal, Caucasian, overweight, or obese, you are also more likely to experience uterine prolapse. Smoking is another factor that increases your risk. Diagnosis If your doctor suspects that you have a prolapsed uterus, he or she will probably perform a physical examination to check for irregularities in your pelvis. If you're also having problems like urinary incontinence or a feeling of incomplete emptying of your bladder, your doctor may perform a procedure called a cystoscopy to examine your bladder and urethra. Your physician might also order an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). This procedure uses a magnet and radio waves to create images. This will allow your doctor to get a good look at your kidneys and other pelvic organs. Treatment If your uterine prolapse symptoms bother you or keep you from feeling comfortable during everyday activities, talk with your doctor about treatment options. Lifestyle changes, like losing weight, may help. So can a regular routine of Kegel exercises. These strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. To perform a Kegel exercise, you squeeze the muscles you use to control the flow of urine, and hold for up to 10 seconds before releasing. Aim for 50 repetitions a day. A pessary can provide relief from the symptoms of uterine prolapse. This is a device your doctor inserts into your vagina to support your pelvic organs. A vaginal hysterectomy is a type of surgery your doctor may recommend. In this procedure, your doctor removes your uterus through your vagina. The healing time is faster. There also are fewer complications than with traditional hysterectomy, which requires an abdominal incision Complications A hysterectomy for uterine prolapse carries the risks that all surgery has. This includes the chance of bleeding, infection, injury to the body area involved (in this case, the urinary tract), and problems related to anesthesia. Prevention There is no surefire way to prevent uterine prolapse. However, you can lower your risk by: Losing weight if you're overweight Following a diet rich in fiber and fluids to prevent constipation and straining Avoiding heavy lifting Quitting smoking Seeking prompt treatment for a chronic cough, which can place extra pressure on your pelvic organs Regularly performing Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles These strategies may also help if you have already developed uterine prolapse. Consult your doctor when uterine prolapse symptoms first start to bother you. Don't wait until your discomfort becomes severe. Regular pelvic exams can help detect uterine prolapse in its early stages. For more information, call 1-800-922-0000 or visit www.NebraskaMed.com.
Views: 1634 Nebraska Medicine
Management of prolapse and incontinence in primary care | Mr Abdul Sultan
 
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Mr Abdul Sultan, Consultant Gynaecologist, presents on the management of prolapse and incontinence in primary care. http://www.bmihealthcare.co.uk/bmi/hp-home
Views: 635 BMI Healthcare
Rectal Prolapse - Best Treatment and Symptoms
 
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http://tinyurl.com/RectalProlapseCure ◄ Rectal Prolapse treatment — Finding the right information about Rectal Prolapse treatment & symptoms, is crucial to managing Rectal Prolapse. Learn more about the best current treatment for you. ► http://tinyurl.com/RectalProlapseCure Website: http://www.MainMD.com Provides valuable health information, tools for managing your health, and support to those who seek information. You can trust that our content is timely and credible. Discussions: http://www.MainMD.com/forum YouTube: http://www.YouTube.com/MainMDcom Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/MainMD Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/MainMD THIS VIDEO CAN NOT BE RE-UPLOADED OR USED IN ANY WAY WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM MAINMD PRODS -MainMD © All Rights Reserved-
Views: 17527 MainMD
Watch a Minimally Invasive Repair of Pelvic Organ Prolapse
 
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Millions of women now can benefit from the repair of pelvic organ prolapse without the need for an open abdominal surgery or the removal of the uterus. Cleveland Clinic urologists have developed minimally invasive techniques.
Views: 5582 Cleveland Clinic
POP! My Bladder's Falling Out! (Episode 58)
 
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Lisa shares how she learned about pelvic organ prolapse, POP. Pelvic Organ Prolapse is when your bladder, uterus, or rectum pushes against your vaginal wall and can come down out your vagina. As Lisa talked with friends about what she was learning, she realized that many also did not know that their organs could basically fall out their vagina. She decided that, even though it is sort of taboo to talk about your vagina with strangers, she would share her story so other ladies could be made aware of the possibility. For those concerned: Lisa is fine and improving her pelvic floor strength with the help of a pelvic floor physical therapist. Legal Disclaimer: Lisa is not a medical professional. This video is just intended to inform others of the possibility of pelvic organ prolapse and to share her story of discovery. Please do your own research and talk to a medical professional to address any concerns you might have about the health of your pelvic floor. Helpful links on a playlist I've made: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQjFNUOUPixZ5ow3MLcUC7dkHgDZ2J9BZ ------------------------------------------------ Do you teach middle school or high school English or Language Arts? Get a free teaching resource by joining our email #newsletter -- http://bit.ly/c4lYTnews CONNECT W/ US #LINKS: Shop Our Teaching Resources - http://bit.ly/c4lYTtpt Blog - http://bit.ly/c4lYTblog Facebook - http://bit.ly/c4lYTfb Pinterest - http://bit.ly/c4lYTpin Instagram - http://bit.ly/c4lYTinsta Twitter - http://bit.ly/c4lYTtwitter -- We like helping students think. We're not so much interested in teaching them WHAT to think, but more importantly HOW to think. And even more...that they SHOULD think. We try to create a classroom environment that allows students the space to think, encourages open discussion, and hopefully lights a passion for learning. We believe we are all #CreatedForLearning, and we love exploring what that looks like throughout our lives.
Views: 29634 Created for Learning
Frequently Asked Questions About Incontinence & Pelvic Prolapse
 
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A panel of urogynecologists answer questions about urinary incontinence and pelvic prolapse from our Facebook Live audience. Broadcast in November 2018. Use the below timecodes to jump to specific questions and answers in the video. To learn more about pelvic floor disorders, treatment options, and our team of board-certified Female Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery physicians, visit http://www.umwomenshealth.org/pelvicfloor Q&A Timecodes: Why is my leakage worse at night? (7:56) How often do you see a genetic predisposition for pelvic floor disorders in families over generations? (9:52) Why do sling surgeries tend to fail in older female patients? (11:10) Is there research to support better success with sling repair if PT is done for levator ani training prior to it ? (14:06) I have been utilizing a pessary for almost 5 years. Is this a long term solution? (16:06) I was diagnosed with the "trifecta:" prolapse of the bladder, uterine and rectocele. Is it possible to deal with only one prolapse or do all three need to be addressed? (17:17) How would I know if I have stress incontinence vs. a different kind? (20:00) Is there a direct correlation between stress incontinence and re-occurring urinary tract infections (UTIs)? (22:15) I had a grandmother who got a permanent catheter for her incontinence - is that still one possible treatment? How can I avoid that? (23:12) I’m not sure my symptoms are really bad enough for surgery - it’s really just when I cough or go running. Can special exercises help at this stage? (25:38) Can having sex make my incontinence worse? (27:03) Does untreated prolapse increase bladder or rectal cancer? (28:10) My mom says she has an “overactive bladder.” Is that actually a form of incontinence? And is it hereditary? (29:22) General summary of bladder irritants (30:52) When I finish urinating, sometimes I feel like there’s a little bit more left in my bladder. Is that normal, and would kegels help with that? (34:31) Does pelvic floor physical therapy mainly including mastering kegel exercises or are there more exercises, strengthening, and stretching protocols included? (36:04) Should I try to avoid drinking water at certain times of the day to reduce my incontinence issues? (37:37) I have inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS) and I’ve heard that it could be related to my incontinence. Is that true? (39:00) Is there a recommended time interval for timed voiding? (41:38) I was told I should wait until my baby was 3 years old to get surgery for prolapse because then I wouldn't be lifting her so much anymore. Do I need to avoid or minimize lifting post-surgery (and post-recovery)? (43:51) Would it make sense to continue using a pessary post-surgery during times I expect to bear weight? (47:00) When assessing pelvic floor disorder in a patient, do you conduct a comprehensive review of medications that may be contraindicated? (48:40) I have read scary stories about mesh used in pelvic floor surgery - how can I make sure I don’t end up having some of those problems? (50:00)
Views: 318 Michigan Medicine
SYMPTOMS OF UTERINE PROLAPSE
 
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Views: 374 Health Apta
SECOND OPINION | Pelvic Organ Prolapse | APT | Full Episode
 
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An estimated 50% of women between the ages of 50 and 79 have some form of prolapse, yet most have never heard of it. Learn about a common problem many women may be too embarrassed to talk about. For more information and resources about this episode, visit: http://secondopinion-tv.org/episode/autism This APT medical series explores illnesses one at a time and features a panel of physicians and other experts assessing individual cases. Visit http://www.SecondOpinion-TV.org Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield Association www.bcbs.com
Views: 61970 Second Opinion
cord prolapse
 
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Vaginal vault prolapse
 
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A computer animation shows the progression of vaginal vault prolapse, a condition in which the top part of the vagina loses its shape and sinks into the vaginal canal or opening. Lifestages Centers for Women, serving the Southwest Ohio region, offers a wide variety of diagnostic and treatment services for pelvic and bladder conditions.
Views: 1709 Premier Health
The biopsychosocial model and how it relates to pelvic organ prolapse
 
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A brief chat about the importance of addressing all aspects when managing women who have pelvic organ prolapse. Just addressing the biology is unlikely to be sufficient in helping these women return to the activities that they enjoy. Disclaimer: this video is for educational purposes only. This is in no way a substitution for medical advice. Herasphere assumes no liability for any and all damages that may arise from use of the information provided.
Views: 267 Herasphere
Prolapsed Uterus
 
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Jennifer Gilby explains what a prolapsed uterus is
Dr. Massie discusses the treatment of Prolapse
 
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Dr. Nicole Massie of Urology Centers of Alabama discusses the treatment of Prolapse in her practice. This interview covers the nature of the problem, past treatments, and current treatments ranging from the use of a pessary to Robotic Sacral Colpopexy with the Da Vinci Robotic surgical system.
Views: 12762 UrologyCenterAL
Uterus Prolapse
 
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Final assignment of World Bank's course of Risk and Opportunity: Managing Risk for Development
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What Is Vaginal Prolapse? - Dr. Cornella
 
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Dr. Cornella describe vaginal prolapse and shares how this condition is treated at Mayo Clinic. For more information visit http://www.empowher.com/condition/vaginal-prolapse.
Views: 8426 EmpowHER
Vaginal Prolapse Treatment   Education for Patients
 
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Vaginal Prolapse Treatment Education for Patients https://youtu.be/Oq578KctwfA
Views: 1056 Shahbaz Ahmad
Yoga and Prolapse Interview + 2 FAVORITE Inner Core Exercises
 
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➡️ For my Lift pelvic organ support series, click below... http://bit.ly/2HJVWhv ➡️ For 2 free chapters of my book, click below... http://bit.ly/2po493q ➡️ For a preview of my Booty Glute Camp (with the secret bonus moms will love!) click below... http://bit.ly/2Hlpzpu In this expert interview, I chat with my yoga teacher, Kerry! Kerry is not only an INCREDIBLE yoga instructor, she also has personal experience with complete pelvic organ prolapse that required extensive surgical repair and rehabilitation. Kerry shares what she learned from her experience, what she wishes she would have known EARLIER (at the start of her athletic and yoga career), and her two favorite inner core exercises. Helpful links: ❤ Free "Lift" Pelvic Organ Support Series (sign up): http://femfusionfitness.com/lift-pelvic-organ-support/ ❤ How to "Zip Up" your core video: https://youtu.be/S0wyyKIG2fk ❤ Q&A: "Should I 'Zip Up' All Day Long?" video: https://youtu.be/3WAP_rHPTiM ❤ Inner Core Container / Toothpaste Tube Example: https://youtu.be/WjbwpmWjz08 ❤ Bri's Yoga for Beginners Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDputRBPsHFS15PV1NrJB5-LpUUJKY03x ❤ Bri's 360 Degree Core Breathing: https://youtu.be/3Iq1tpBchPg ❤ Want a safe and effective TOTAL BOOTY WORKOUT? Get started with Booty Glute Camp! http://femfusionfitness.com/bgc ❤ ❤ ❤ MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: FemFusion Wellness LLC / Dr. Brianne Grogan, PT, DPT offers health and fitness information intended to assist you in improving your general health and well-being. FemFusion programs, videos, and written texts are designed for entertainment and educational purposes only. Please consult your physician before beginning this or any other exercise program. All forms of exercise pose some inherent risks, particularly exercise done independently without individualized supervision from a qualified fitness trainer or healthcare professional. Due to the nature of video instruction, FemFusion Wellness LLC advises readers/viewers to take full responsibility for their safety and to know their personal limits. *Stop if you experience faintness, dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath.* By participating in this exercise or exercise program, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities, assume all risk of injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge FemFusion Wellness LLC / Brianne Grogan from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of FemFusion Wellness LLC / Brianne Grogan's negligence. Do not rely on the information presented as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns or questions about your health, consult with a physician or other health care professional. Do not disregard, avoid or delay obtaining medical or health related advice because of something you may have read, heard, or viewed on this site or channel. The use of any information provided on this (or any associated) video or website is solely at your own risk. General questions are welcome, but please do not contact us with details of your personal situation or medical concerns. We cannot comment on your individual circumstances by personal email, nor will we provide medical advice, opinion, diagnosis, treatment or medical services of any kind. Thank you for your understanding. For more information on consulting with a Pelvic Physical Therapist for personal assessment and treatment, check this link if you live in the United States of America: http://www.womenshealthapta.org/pt-locator/. If you live outside the US, search for a physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction and rehabilitation. ❤ ❤ ❤ Additional links and resources: Things I love: http://bit.ly/2psu7RH YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/femfusionfitness ❤ Don't miss my playlists! Website: http://www.femfusionfitness.com Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/femfusionfitness Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/femfusion Insta: https://www.instagram.com/femfusionfitness/ ❤ ❤ ❤ Fitting MORE MOVEMENT into your day not only increases energy, improves your mood, boosts strength, and tones your body, it has also been shown to prevent chronic illness such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes (to name just two common conditions). Movement breaks will help you fit MORE FITNESS into your day. Do a little bit a lot, and see how good you can feel! FemFusion Fitness: Eat clean. Move every day. Shine brighter!
Views: 4321 FemFusion Fitness
How to Fix Pelvic Organ Prolapse with Intimate Rose Vaginal Weights and Kegel Exercise
 
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Go To https://www.intimaterose.com/products/kegel-exercises-for-women-vaginal-weights-pelvic-floor for more information. Hear Certified Pelvic Rehabilitation Physical Therapist, Amanda Olson, talk about fixing vaginal / pelvic organ prolapse by using Intimate Rose Kegel Exercise System - including 6 vaginal weights and training guide. Visit our website and learn more about our products at https://www.intimaterose.com/ Intimate Rose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/IntimateRose/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intimaterose/
Views: 3279 Intimate Rose
Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery - The Journey Begins
 
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Personal journey through pelvic organ prolapse surgery.
Pelvic Prolapse Treatment Bangalore | Types of Pelvic Organ Prolapse | Pelvic Prolapse Surgery India
 
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Check Our Website @ http://www.best-urologist-doctor.com Pelvic prolapse is usually accompanied by some degree of vaginal vault prolapse. Vaginal vault prolapse occurs when the upper part of the vagina loses its shape and sags into the vaginal canal or outside the vagina. Pelvic prolapse may also involve sagging or slipping of other pelvic organs, including the bladder, the urethra which is the tube next to the vagina that allows urine to leave your body, and rectum. Dr. Mahendra Jain provides effective Pelvic Prolapse Treatment at bangalore, karnataka, india. Know More About Pelvic Prolapse Treatment @ http://www.best-urologist-doctor.com/pelvic-organ-prolapse.html Contact us @ http://www.best-urologist-doctor.com/online-appointment.html Like our facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Urologist-Bangalore/198838876914779?sk=timeline Follow us on google+ @ https://plus.google.com/+Besturologistdoctorbangalore/posts Follow us on twitter @ https://twitter.com/Urologist1 Follow us on linkedin @ https://in.linkedin.com/in/urologistbangalore-87501759 Subscribe our youtube channel @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCda_dxpjxb8xTbb1hz2D7NA
Views: 223 Dr.Mahendra Jain

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