Nonsurgical management of genital prolapse. A review and recommendations for clinical practice.

  • Pedro A Poma
  • Published 2000 in The Journal of reproductive medicine


The prevalence of genital prolapse increases with age. Because more women are living longer, genital prolapse will become even more common in our daily practices. Currently this complication is treated surgically, and there is minimal information about nonsurgical treatments. The National Library of Medicine was electronically searched for current… (More)


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