Monday, 26 September 2016

Vaginal Repair Surgery Harpenden


Are you suffering from vaginal prolapse where your bladder or urethra has slipped down into your vagina? Then you may require anterior vaginal wall repair – a surgical procedure which is intended to tighten the front wall of the vagina, helping the bladder or urethra to stay in its proper place. You're more likely to suffer from vaginal prolapse if you have a high BMI or are pregnant; have had a vaginal delivery; strain during bowel movements; or do heavy lifting. If you're seeking vaginal repair surgery in Harpenden or the surrounding areas, look no further than Mr Abdalla Fayyad. As a highly experienced Consultant Gynaecological Surgeon, he has performed this surgery many times before, helping countless women to overcome this condition. Mr Fayyad is a Consultant in Gynaecology and Urogynaecology at Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and also sees private patients at his clinics in Hertfordshire and London.

The Symptoms of Vaginal Prolapse

Many cases of vaginal prolapse of symptomless, however, some women experience pain during sexual intercourse; fullness or discomfort in the vagina; a pulling feeling in the pelvic area; lower backache; frequent urination; and stress incontinence. If have any of these symptoms, you may require vaginal repair surgery. Browse the website to find out more.

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