The omission of the internal organs prolapse (prolapse) of the pelvic organs 'Prolapse' literally means 'loss', but this term is understood in modern gynecology and 'omission'. You can compare what it looks like location of the pelvic organs are normal (upper figure). and in the presence of prolapse (lower figure).. On the descent they say, when any part of the vagina or uterus moves into the lumen of the vagina or beyond. Correct name of the disease: the omission of the pelvic organs. Healthy female pelvis Prolapse of the female pelvis in all normal pelvic organs (uterus, vagina, bladder, urethra, rectum) fixed to the walls of the pelvic bone with a firm fascial and ligamentous-muscular system, called the pelvic floor muscles (see the article "Anatomy of the pelvic floor muscles'). But because of the upright walking human influence gravity, under certain influences, and in general netrenirovannosti pelvic floor muscles, internal organs are punching the pelvic floor muscles, through the uterine gap. The reason for the weakening of pelvic floor muscles may serve a variety of factors: birth vaginally, (especially if they had 2 or more, if they proceeded with complications, with large and poorly healing fractures, the use of forceps, etc.), age change, which is especially important after menopause, heavy physical work, lifting, chronic cough, chronic constipation, obesity, inactive lifestyle, heredity, it is often associated with structural features of the connective tissue, part of the ligament, which is prone to sprains or breaks.
There are 3 degrees of prolapse genitalia: the uterus is displaced downward, but the cervix is within the vagina are below the genital slit (this condition is also called a complete prolapse). In the early stages of a woman may not know about the presence of her prolapse. Often the first sign, especially in young women, is a deterioration sexual activity (problems with the onset of orgasm, inability to cut the pelvic floor muscles, which reduces sexual sensation, promotes the ingress of air into the vagina, reducing the satisfaction of the sexual partner), women called 'pelvic floor dysfunction'.