Monday, 18 July 2016

Uterine Prolapse Luton

Uterine prolapse can happen when there is inadequate support for the uterus. The pelvic floor muscles and ligaments weaken, leading the uterus to slip down into the vagina. Whilst it's true that it can occur in women of any age, it's more commonly seen in post menopausal women who have given birth vaginally. If you have a mild case of uterine prolapse, treatment may not be required. However, if it makes you uncomfortable or is disrupting your everyday life, you could benefit from treatment. Many ladies contact Mr Abdalla Fayyad when they require treatment for uterine prolapse in Luton. He is extremely experienced in his field and has an excellent reputation throughout the industry. He can help you overcome this condition.

What Does Treatment Entail?

There are a couple of treatment options available for uterine prolapse. One is the insertion of a vaginal pessary which holds the uterus in place. This device comes in many shapes and sizes and you'll learn how to insert, remove and clean it effectively. Surgical treatment involves the damaged or weakened pelvic floor tissues being repaired. You can find out more about Mr Abdalla Fayyad and his services over at the website.

Monday, 4 July 2016

Anterior Repair Harpenden

Do you have symptoms of vaginal bulging/laxity and/or poor bladder function? Then you may require anterior repair carried out by an experienced gynaecological surgeon. Anterior repair is a surgical procedure used to repair or strengthen the weakened layers between the bladder and vagina. Success rates for this surgery are 70-90%, however, it's possible that prolapse may recur or that another part of the vaginal wall may prolapse. If you're looking for anterior repair in Harpenden, you need look no further than Mr Abdalla Fayyad. He has carried out this surgery many times with great success. Mr Fayyad leads the Urogynaecology and Laparoscopic Gynaecology Unit at Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and sees his private patients at Spire Harpenden Hospital in Harpenden.

What Does Surgery Entail?

Anterior repair surgery can be performed under general, regional or local anaesthetic. Whilst there are a number of ways to perform the surgery, the most common method is to make an incision along the front wall of the vagina, beginning near the entrance and finishing near the top. The weakened layers are then repaired and excess vaginal skin removed. Take a look around the website to find out more today.