DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20212983
Published: 2021-07-26

A rare case of utero-vaginal prolapse seen at third trimester: case report and review of literature

Adebayo Awoniyi, Aloy Okechukwu Ugwu, Sunusi Rimi Garba, Nneoma Kwemtochukwu Aniugwu, Augustine Egba, Olabisi Olanrewaju, Oluwaseun Emmanuel Familusi, Olayemi Emmanuel Olumakinwa, Kehinde Okunade

Abstract


Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is an infrequent cause of morbidity in pregnancy. We presented a case of stage three uterovaginal prolapse that was first noticed in the third trimester. Management of POP is individualized and its determined by the severity of the symptoms, stage of the prolapse, gestational age, patient’s desire and expertise of the gynaecologist. Different options of management have been proposed ranging from conservative to laparoscopy, hysterectomy in women with no desire for further child bearing. Vaginal delivery is an option; however, most obstetricians opt for elective caesarean section at term.

 


Keywords


Pelvic organ prolapses, Conservative management, Caesarean section, Lagos

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