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"/> Pelvic organ prolapsed complicating second trimester pregnancy: a rare condition
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Pelvic organ prolapsed complicating second trimester pregnancy: a rare condition

H. Cengiz, M. Ekin, H. Dagdeviren, C. Kaya


Abstract: Uterine prolapse complicating pregnancy is a rare event. We report a case of a 35-year-old woman with uterine prolapsus at 24 weeks of gestation. Our case was managed conservatively with a ring pessary. Postnatally the uterine prolapse recovered spontaneously. At 12 months postpartum follow-up there was no evidence of uterine prolapse. Pessary might be the first line treatment for uterine prolapse during pregnancy.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2014.14

Keywords: cesarean section, pessary use, pregnancy, uterine prolapse

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