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Vaginal Vault Prolapse

Many women experience vaginal vault prolapse symptoms some years after a hysterectomy.   

Vaginal vault prolapse occurs when the upper portion of the vagina drops into the vaginal canal. This is usually caused by a weakening of the supporting pelvic tissues and muscles at the top of the vagina.
Symptoms of vaginal vault prolapse can vary from woman to woman, most common symptoms consist of a dull dragging backache, tissue mass bulging into or from the vagina canal, urinary incontinence and pain during intercourse.


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