Pregnancy with third degree uterine prolapse: a rare case report

  title={Pregnancy with third degree uterine prolapse: a rare case report},
  author={Latika Latika and Smiti Nanda and Meenakshi B. Chauhan and Vani Malhotra},
  journal={International journal of reproduction, contraception, obstetrics and gynecology},
Occurrence of prolapse of uterus during pregnancy is an extremely rare event. Less than 300 cases have been reported in the literature till date. Incidence of uterine prolapse in pregnancy is 1 in 10,000-15,000 deliveries worldwide. A 35 year old G5P3L1A1 with history of five months amenorrhea was referred to our hospital in view of uterine prolapse. On enquiring she gave history of something coming out of vagina since one month. On local examination, third degree uterovaginal prolapse with… 


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