The cystocele repair is a protrusion or prolapsed of the bladder into the vagina. There are number of surgical interventions are available to perform cystoceles. The factors that are linked to cystocele improvement age, repeated child birth, and hormone deficiency, these are the symptoms of bladder prolapsed involves stress incontinence, urinary efficiency, complicated urination, a vaginal bulge, painful sexual intercourse, and also lower back pain. The urinary inconsistence is the most common symptom of a cystocele. Generally, the surgery is not performed unless the symptoms of the prolase have begun to interact with daily life. In this way, you can find out the best techniques to solve the complicated problem in best manner. It is the best way to keep the right procedure to stay healthy.
The prolapse happens when the organ falls out of normal anatomical position and pelvic organs generally, have tissue (ligaments, muscle, etc.) holding them in proper place. Some factors, might cause these tissues to weaken, and leading to the prolapse of organs. The cystocele is a result of the central and lateral (side) defect. The central defect happens when bladder protrudes in center of anterior (front) wall of vagina because of defect in pubocervical fascia (fibrous tissue, which separates bladder & vagina). Pubocervical fascia is attached on every side the to tough connective tissue named arcus tendineus; in case, the defect happens very close to the attachment, it is named lateral or else paravaginal defect. The central & lateral defect are present at the same time. Location of defect determines what the surgical method is done.
Factors, which are linked to the cystocele development that include age, repeated childbirth, menopause, hormone deficiency, ongoing physical activity, constipation, prior hysterectomy and heavy lifting. Symptoms of the bladder prolapse include the stress incontinence (an inadvertent leakage of the urine with your physical activity), difficult urination, urinary frequency, vaginal bulge, pain, and painful sexual intercourse, vaginal pressure as well as lower back pain. The urinary incontinence is most common symptom of the cystocele.
Surgery is normally not done unless symptoms of prolapse have started to interfere with everyday life. The staging system is been used to grade severity of the cystocele. The stage I, II and III prolapse descends progressively to lower areas of vagina. The stage IV prolapse also descends to and protrudes through vaginal opening and surgery is normally reserved for the stage III & IV cystoceles. Just around, 22.7 out of 10,000 women can undergo the pelvic prolapse surgery. Rate is much highest among the women around 60 to 69 years of the age; mean age of the patients is around 54.6.