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Research Article - Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (2022) Volume 12, Issue 88

Management and outcome of cystocele with rectocele

Introduction: A cystocele is a condition in which a portion of the bladder wall protrudes the vaginal canal is a tube that connects the uterus to the vaginal. The bulge is caused by a hole in the wall between the bladder and the vaginal canal Cystocele. Nucleus Medical Media, Inc. is a company that specializes in medical publishing. A rectocele occurs when a portion of the rectum wall bulges into the vaginal canal. The pelvic organs are separated by connective tissue. Fascia is a connective tissue that connects neighboring muscles. The bladder, vagina, and rectum are all supported by fascia and muscles. Cystocele and Rectocele are both caused by defects in the fascia. A cystocele is a malformation of the fascia connecting the bladder and the vaginal canal. A portion of the bladder wall bulges the uterine canal is a tube that connects the uterus to the virginals a result of this. Cystocele is divided into three categories: mild, moderate, and severe cystocele. Grade 1—the mildest kind, in which the bladder merely protrudes partially into the vaginal canal. Grade 2: The bladder has descended far enough to reach the vaginal entrance in the moderate type. Grade 3—the most severe version, in which the bladder protrudes through the vaginal opening. Present Complaints and Investigation: Something coming out of vagina not feeling bladder relief immediately, frequent urinary tract infection, heaviness in vagina. Past History: No history of medical and surgical illness, no history previous hospitalization. The main diagnosis, therapeutic intervention and outcome: A case was diagnosed after a physical examination and investigation Cystocele and rectocele with precedential with cervical elongation for further management included inj. c-tax, inj. pan, inj. metro, t-bact ointment, tab-iron, tab-calcium, inj. pause, She was took all treatment and outcomes was good. Conclusion: In order to treat cystoceles successfully, both lateral and central flaws must be evaluated, as poor treatment of either defect will result in recurrence. Rectocele is a more difficult condition to treat.

Author(s): Bhawana Dhanvij

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