• Women's Health: Bladder Prolapse Explained

    Women who've had children and older women are at an increased risk of developing bladder prolapse than their childless peers. This urological condition can develop when the ligaments around your reproductive organs and the muscles of your pelvic floor weaken. This can reduce the support around your bladder and cause it to drop down out of its regular position. Depending on the severity of the prolapse, the bladder may take up some space in the vaginal cavity, or it may protrude outside of the vagina. [Read More]