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Abdominal Sacropolpopexy

Abdominal Sacropolpopexy - Symptoms

Abdominal Sacropolpopexy - How to prevent?

Abdominal Sacropolpopexy - Causes and Risk Factors

What Are The Risks Associated With Sacrocolpopexy?

Sacrocolpopexy is a relatively safe operation in good hands. However, like all surgical operations, complications may occasionally occur. These include:

  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Injury to surrounding organs (e.g. nerve or blood vessels, ureter, bladder & intestines)
  • Formation of blood clot in the legs or lungs
  • Recurrence of vaginal prolapse
  • Slow return of bowel or bladder function
  • Erosion of synthetic material through vaginal mucosa

Abdominal Sacropolpopexy - Diagnosis

Abdominal Sacropolpopexy - Treatments

Abdominal Sacropolpopexy - Other Information

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