Uterine prolapse is a form of female genital prolapse. It is also called pelvic organ prolapse or prolapse of the uterus (womb).
Risk factors for uterine prolapse include pregnancy, childbirth, chronic increases in intra-abdominal pressure such as lifting, coughing or straining, connective tissue conditions, and damage to or weakness of the muscles.
Treatment may be conservative or surgical and should be based upon patient symptoms and preference.
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http://www.pvj.com.pk/pdf-files/30_1/44-48.pdf rabbani, ra, i ahmad, la lodhi, n ahmad and g muhammad, 2010. prevalence of various reproductive disorders and economic losses caused by genital prolapse in buffaloes. pakistan vet j, 30(1): 44-48
http://www.jebmh.com/data_pdf/2_amulya.pdf c. amulya. ”a case report of adenomyosis with utero-vaginal prolapse”. journal of evidence based medicine and healthcare; volume 2, issue 26, june 29, 2015; page: 3958-3961
http://www.jemds.com/data_pdf/2_amaraja%20agashe-apoorva-shru.pdf : nusrat chauhan, amaraja agashe, sriram gopal, sumit paranjpe. “uterine procidentia in a 20 year old unmarried nulliparous woman: a case report.” journal of evolution of medical and dental sciences 2015; vol. 4, issue 97, december 03; page: 16290-16291, doi: 10.14260/jemds/2015/2402
http://vri.cz/docs/vetmed/55-03-113.pdf uterine prolapse in cows: effect of raising the rear end on the clinical outcomes and reproductive performance by m. ishii et al., veterinarni medicina, 55, 2010 (3): 113–118