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Pregnancy and Vaginal Delivery after Sacrohysteropexy.

Balsak D, Eser A, Erol O, Deniz Altıntaş D, Aksin Ş - Case Rep Obstet Gynecol (2015)

Bottom Line: Pregnancy and birth after a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) surgery is a rare condition and less is known about the method for delivery.A 31-year-old women with gravida 3 para 3 underwent abdominal sacrohysteropexy and transobturatuar tape (TOT) procedures for stage III prolapse who delivered via vaginal birth and showed no relapse.Sacrohysteropexy is a good option for women with POP who desire fertility with a long term follow-up period.

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Affiliation: Department of Obstetric and Gynecology, Haliç University, Faculty of Medicine, 21400 Istanbul, Turkey.

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Pregnancy and birth after a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) surgery is a rare condition and less is known about the method for delivery. A 31-year-old women with gravida 3 para 3 underwent abdominal sacrohysteropexy and transobturatuar tape (TOT) procedures for stage III prolapse who delivered via vaginal birth and showed no relapse. Sacrohysteropexy is a good option for women with POP who desire fertility with a long term follow-up period.

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Mentions: Consequently, she underwent delivery 35 months after the procedure. She was referred to our delivery unıt with fully dilated cervix and the second stage of labor was 15 minutes. She gave birth to a 3950 gr. healthy newborn. 12 months after delivery, POP-Q measurements were Aa: −1, Ba: −2, Ap: −3, Bp: −2, C: −4, D: −5, TVL: 8 cm, PB: 3 cm, and GH: 4 cm, showing no POP and no stress incontinence recurrence (Figures 1 and 2).


Pregnancy and Vaginal Delivery after Sacrohysteropexy.

Balsak D, Eser A, Erol O, Deniz Altıntaş D, Aksin Ş - Case Rep Obstet Gynecol (2015)

Cervical position at 12 months postpartum.
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fig1: Cervical position at 12 months postpartum.
Mentions: Consequently, she underwent delivery 35 months after the procedure. She was referred to our delivery unıt with fully dilated cervix and the second stage of labor was 15 minutes. She gave birth to a 3950 gr. healthy newborn. 12 months after delivery, POP-Q measurements were Aa: −1, Ba: −2, Ap: −3, Bp: −2, C: −4, D: −5, TVL: 8 cm, PB: 3 cm, and GH: 4 cm, showing no POP and no stress incontinence recurrence (Figures 1 and 2).

Bottom Line: Pregnancy and birth after a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) surgery is a rare condition and less is known about the method for delivery.A 31-year-old women with gravida 3 para 3 underwent abdominal sacrohysteropexy and transobturatuar tape (TOT) procedures for stage III prolapse who delivered via vaginal birth and showed no relapse.Sacrohysteropexy is a good option for women with POP who desire fertility with a long term follow-up period.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Obstetric and Gynecology, Haliç University, Faculty of Medicine, 21400 Istanbul, Turkey.

ABSTRACT
Pregnancy and birth after a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) surgery is a rare condition and less is known about the method for delivery. A 31-year-old women with gravida 3 para 3 underwent abdominal sacrohysteropexy and transobturatuar tape (TOT) procedures for stage III prolapse who delivered via vaginal birth and showed no relapse. Sacrohysteropexy is a good option for women with POP who desire fertility with a long term follow-up period.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus