Urogynecologist and pelvis surgeon Dr. Mickey Karram details how a woman can develop a prolapsed uterus and how the debilitating condition can be treated. Also, find out how Anita’s life has changed since undergoing her surgery.
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Anita returns to The Doctors after her surgery to fix her prolapsed uterus.
Anita, who is suffering from a prolapsed uterus, meets with urogynecologist and pelvis surgeon Dr. Mickey Karram to find out if there is a way to treat her troubling health issue. Plus, a transformed Anita joins the show.
Anita joins The Doctors in the medical confessional to seek help for her pelvic organ prolapse that she’s been dealing with for over ten years.
Tracking weight loss or steps has become a popular form of self-care, but The Doctors discuss a new tracker designed to track the pelvic floor muscles in your vagina.
The Doctors discuss the Perifit, which is a new exercise tracker for your vagina designed to help you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.
The Doctors address an anonymous viewer’s question about whether surgery for pelvic organ prolapse can cause a loss of sexual sensation.
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Lisa says that three years ago, she suffered from a bronchial infection that made her cough so violently, it caused her uterus to drop and start to fall. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson explains that Lisa experienced vaginal prolapse. Plus, why she decided...