Prolapse surgery repairs the tissue bulge.
Types of prolapse:
Anterior prolapse: An anterior prolapse often involves the bladder and is sometimes called a cystocele.
A posterior prolapse often involves the rectum and is sometimes called a rectocele
Small bowel prolapse and vaginal vault prolapse. Small bowel prolapse is also sometimes called enterocele. In women who have had a hysterectomy, this type of prolapse is also called vaginal vault prolapse and may involve the bladder, rectum or small bowel.
Surgery Anterior prolapse
Surgery aims to push your bladder up and secures the connective tissue between your bladder and vagina & also removes excess vaginal tissue. to keep the bladder in its proper position.
It secures the connective tissue between your vagina and rectum to help keep the rectum in its proper position &removes excess vaginal tissue.
Small bowel prolapse and vaginal vault prolapse:
The ligaments that support the uterus are used to correct the problem.