Pelvic Floor Reconstruction and Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery in Littleton, CO

Choosing to undergo pelvic reconstruction surgery to correct pelvic organ prolapse (POP) can be difficult. Many of our patients at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness have silently dealt with the symptoms of POP before they seek help. The primary cause of POP is trauma to the pelvic floor muscles (PFM), connective tissue, or “fascia” and ligaments. These structures become unable to support the pelvic organs. Luckily for Littleton residents, we offer holistic reconstruction that will have you back to your old self in no time. With years of providing compassionate pelvic floor restoration throughout the area, we’re trusted by the Littleton community.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgery in Littleton

Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when an organ, such as your bladder, drops from its normal spot in your lower belly and pushes against the sides of your vagina. This can happen when the muscles that hold your pelvic organs in place get weak or stretched from things like childbirth or age, often resulting in mild symptoms. Pelvic organ prolapse surgery is usually done only when it affects your daily life, and your doctor thinks surgery will help. Reach out to our office in Littleton today to explore how we can assist you.

Pelvic Floor Reconstruction

Pelvic floor reconstruction can refer to many different procedures, including repair of the vaginal wall, bladder, rectum or small bowels, or complete removal of the uterus. All of our procedures are done by a certified gynecologist or urologist, and because of our proximity and affiliation with Littleton Adventist, we have access to equipment and resources other clinics don’t have. Call today to speak with one of our compassionate doctors and see if pelvic floor reconstruction procedures are right for you.

Pelvic Floor Reconstruction Surgery in Littleton

During pelvic floor reconstruction surgery for bladder, urethra, rectum, and small bowel prolapses, the surgeon makes a cut in the wall of the vagina. Then, the doctors pull together the loose or torn tissue of the prolapsed organ and strengthen the wall of the vagina to keep the problem from coming back. Although this is only one type of pelvic floor reconstruction surgery, there are various options. Call our Littleton office today, and we’ll help you build a plan for surgery that’s customized to your body, budget, and lifestyle.