Uterine Prolapse and Robotic Sacrocolpopexy
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If you suffer from uterine prolapse or pelvic prolapse, and your physician has recommended a surgery called sacrocolpopexy to correct this condition and resolve the symptoms, you may be want to consider minimally invasive robotic sacrocolpopexy.
Pelvic prolapse is a condition that occurs when muscles and ligaments supporting your pelvic organs weaken. As a result, these organs (uterus, vagina, cervix, bladder, urethra, or rectum) slip from their normal position. Severe uterine prolapse can cause the uterus to slip partially into the vagina. It may cause the upper part of the vagina to sag into the vaginal canal or even outside the vagina.
Pelvic prolapse can worsen over time and can be fully corrected with sacrocolpopexy. It is considered the most effective way to correct pelvic prolapse and resolve symptoms.
If your doctor recommends sacrocolpopexy to treat pelvic prolapse or uterine prolapse, ask about minimally invasive da Vinci Surgery. State-of-the-art da Vinci Surgery is a robot-assisted procedure that allows the surgeon to perform highly precise surgery with a few tiny incisions. The enhanced vision, dexterity and control in using the da Vinci Surgical System® affords the surgeon a new level of precision and safety, allowing your doctor to perform a durable sacrocolpopexy even for women with complex cases.
Ask your doctor if da Vinci robotic sacrocolpopexy surgery is right for you. Request a consultation by completing our online form. Or call our referral line: 877.4 NWH DOC (877.469.4362)