Your Solution for Fallen Bladder and Fallen Rectum
It happens to almost 1 in 3 women.
Due to age, genetics, childbirth, or hormonal changes, the pelvic walls and support structures can stretch. This allows the bladder and rectum to travel downward, toward the vaginal opening.
It’s called “prolapse,” and it can cause problems with bladder, rectal and even vaginal functionality. Dr. Christi provides effective surgical options to repair prolapse.
Surgical (Robotic Sacrocolpopexy, Transvaginal Graft repair, and Vaginal Native Tissue repair)
1, with follow-up if needed
Varies with treatment
Varies with treatment
What It Treats
How Surgical Repair for Prolapse Works
Benefits of Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery in Houston
Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse in Houston, TX, puts your parts back where they belong.
It can stop the bulge that often happens as the organs push on the vaginal opening.
It can also alleviate the pressure on your vagina, and stem problems with bladder/rectal functionality such as constipation or difficulty emptying the bladder.
It also alleviates the discomfort caused by prolapse during intercourse.
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About ChristiMD Medical Group
ChristiMD Medical Group provides a trustworthy and welcoming space for men and women alike, offering the most advanced medical treatments available under one roof. Dr. Christi is double board certified in urology and urogynecology, with over 26 years of experience.
We’ve helped thousands of patients across Texas experience positive, life-changing results. Better doctor. Better techniques. Better results.
Request a consultation to meet with our team and explore treatments to best address your unique concerns.
Frequently Asked Questions
Though the treatments do require surgery, none of these surgery types will leave large visible scars. The only treatment that requires external incisions is Robotic Abdominal Sacrocolpopexy (ASC)—with only 4 small incisions for laparoscopic instruments. It has a 99.9% success rate.
Most often you can go home the same day after surgery. Should you need a catheter, it’s usually only needed for a few days, up to a week. You will most likely require prescription pain medicine for a short time post-surgery. You will need to incur minimal physical strain for 6 weeks or more. Dr. Christi will fill you in on full details during your consultation.
Vaginal Native Tissue prolapse repair won’t affect your ability to enjoy intercourse as you have previously, if done correctly. It’s a delicate balance between fallen bladder/fallen rectum remediation and ensuring the vagina isn’t over-tightened.
Dr. Christi has perfected the technique through years of experience.