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Uterine Prolapse

Signs of uterine prolapse vary greatly from patient to patient. In minor instances of prolapse, a woman may not even know she has it. http://dherbs.com/images/dherbs400x400.jpg

Uterine prolapse involves the dropping of the uterus from its normal position in the pelvis down into the vaginal area.

The uterus is designed to be held in place by what could be called a "hammock" of supportive tissue composed of muscles and ligaments. This structure is referred to as the "pelvic floor." If the pelvic floor is compromised, the uterus is unable to maintain its intended position, and it descends into the vaginal canal. A number of problems can result when this occurs.


Factors that Lead to Uterine Prolapse

The most common factors involved in uterine prolapse are age and childbirth. The severity of uterine prolapse can vary from minimal cases that may never even be diagnosed, to serious cases that can make a woman's life quite unmanageable. Options for treatment include support devices, special exercises, and even surgical procedures that are appropriate for some individuals.

Childbirth, especially difficult deliveries or multiple vaginal deliveries, are probably the biggest factors that lead to uterine prolapse.


Symptoms of Uterine Prolapse

Signs of uterine prolapse vary greatly from patient to patient. In minor instances of prolapse, a woman may not even know she has it, and is totally without symptoms. The more advanced the case is, the more symptoms that are present, and to a greater degree. Some potential symptoms include:

  • Pain in the lower back, pelvis, groin, and/or lower abdomen.
  • Sense of "pulling" or unusual "heaviness" in the pelvic region.
  • Tissue visibly protruding from the vagina, sometimes irritated and sore, producing ulcers.
  • Painful intercourse, along with urine leakage and difficulty experiencing orgasm.
  • Vaginal discharge.
  • Sense of "sitting on a ball".
  • The feeling that something is about to fall out of the vagina. Incontinence that worsens with effort, such as during heavy lifting, sneezing, laughing, or coughing.
  • Inability to completely empty the bladder.
  • Frequent Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs).
  • Frequent urge to urinate with little production.
  • Difficulty having bowel movements.
  • Finding it necessary to push your fingers into the pelvic region in order to successfully have a bowel movement or empty your bladder
Healing Uterine Prolapse Naturally

Kacip Fatimah extract, Kegel exercises, and antigravity exercises are all helpful to heal from uterine prolapse.

Kacip Fatimah Extract

Kacip Fatimah is an invaluable female-specific herb. It is the female herbal equivalent to Tongkat Ali. It is a great post-partum/post-natal herb that is effective for womb healing. It is one of the best herbal uterine tonics known and available.

Additional uterine herbs that can be taken to heal uterine prolapse include red raspberry leaf, rehmannia, squawvine, blue cohosh, and beth (or birth) root. The above herbs can be mixed together (with Kacip Fatimah) and consumed throughout the day.

Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises are highly recommended exercises for purposes of healing uterine prolapse or prolapse of the uterus.

A Kegel exercise, named after Dr. Arnold Kegel, consists of contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor (sometimes called the "Kegel muscles").

The aim of Kegel exercises is to fortify muscle tone by strengthening the pubococcygeus muscles of the pelvic floor. Kegel is a popular prescribed exercise for pregnant women to prepare the pelvic floor for physiological stresses of the later stages of pregnancy and vaginal childbirth.

Kegel exercises are said to be good for treating vaginal prolapse and preventing uterine prolapse in women. Kegel exercises also may be beneficial in treating urinary incontinence in both men and women. Kegel exercises may also increase sexual gratification.

Factors such as pregnancy, childbirth, aging, being overweight, and abdominal surgery such as cesarean section, often result in the weakening of the pelvic muscles. This can be assessed by either digital examination of vaginal pressure or using a Kegel perineometer.


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    Q: What can an older woman use to prevent her bladder, from dropping and vagina coming out.

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    Try Kegel exercises, perform the Total Woman Cleanse, and also try anti-gravity exercises. I'll do an article on the subject of 'Uterine Prolapse" real soon! Hang in there!

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    Q: I am a 57 years old female with a diagnosis of Mitral Valve Prolapse, and irregular heartbeat that is controlled by the atenolol.

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    Q: You mentioned in your article on uterine sense that after the hysterectomy the uterus is dried and pulverized for reasons you will not go into. Could you please tell me what hospitals do to uterus after performing a hysterectomy?

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    Sell them to companies who dry them and pulverize them and use them in certain products (including shampoos, health supplements, etc.) do research on them, and make clones from them.

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    Q: I am nine weeks pregnant and having a difficult time. Before I was pregnant I was on an incredible herbal regimen that had me feeling like superwoman. But my herbalist is not very knowledgeable of what herbs are safe for pregnant women. I eat healthy, taken all-natural prenatal vitamins, but would like to do more to get that "Superwoman" feeling back. Is there a book u could recommend that might help educate me as to which herbs are safe and which to avoid during pregnancy?

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    I know the feeling you're talking about. There are many books on herbs and pregnancy.

    Check out these 2 books:

    "Herbal Healing For Women" by Rosemary Gladstar

    "The Complete Woman's Herbal" by Anne McIntyre

    Herbs to avoid while pregnant include all OXYTOCIC herbs or herbs that make the uterus contract, i.e. Black Haw, Beth Root, Black Cohosh, Blue Cohosh, etc.; all ABORTAFACIENT (abortion-inducing herbs) such as Pennyroyal, Rue, etc.

    Study up on abortaficient herbs and oxytocic herbs and you'll be fine.

    Read our article on Pre Natal Health on our site under "Articles."

    You can have a healthy all-natural pregnancy and delivery.

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    Q: I live in London in the UK. I have recently been diagnosed with a full pelvic floor prolapsed after a twin pregnancy. This includes bladder, bowel and rectum. The organs themselves are fine but standard procedure is major surgery which I don't want to go down. Are there any herbs to help this condition and strengthen these apart from pelvic floor exercises? Any insight would be appreciated. Peace and blessings

    A:

    The surgery is unnecessary. My wife experienced uterine prolapsed after our last child 4 months ago and she is 100% healed today. In her case she pushed too hard and that caused the organs to prolapsed. She did undergo surgery. She took herbs (Dherbs FEMALE HEALTH TEA, MOON CYCLE FORMULA, and YONI FORMULA), did her "SEA SALT SOAKS" (see our article by this title), kegel exercises, and anti-gravity exercises. You can do the same, Beloved!

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    Q: Do you have anything that will function like the human growth formula and turn back the hands of time? Also, I have two friends that have been complaining about the same problem lately. They each have a prolapsed uterus due to childbearing and are unfortunately causing them a host of other problems including UTIs and blood in their urine. Do you have any recommendations for a prolapsed uterus?

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    I highly recommend that these women try the 3-week Total Woman Cleanse (TWC).

    An exercise for prolapsed uterus involves anti-gravity exercise (placing legs higher than head for about 30-minutes). Lay on the floor with legs up on the sofa or perhaps against the wall. Gravity will pull on the uterus and in time pull it back in place.

    This exercise works well while performing the Total Woman Cleanse.

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