Vaginal Reconstruction

Vaginal reconstruction procedures are sometimes necessary for women. Injury during childbirth may lead to pelvic pain, incontinence, prolapse of the uterus, and other problems, and surgery can help correct the problems.

There are three primary areas of concern that can be corrected by vaginal reconstruction:

  • Rectocele – A tear or a bulging in the wall separating the vagina from the rectum.
  • Cystocele – A tear or bulging in the wall separating the vagina from the bladder, which allows the bladder to drop into the vagina. This leads to incontinence and incomplete emptying of the bladder.
  • Enterocele – A vaginal hernia or bulging in the pelvic floor that allows the small intestines to descend into the vagina.

The doctors at Cheyenne Women’s Clinic have been very active in the field of vaginal reconstruction and are trained on the latest technologies and techniques. To learn more, make an appointment by calling 307.637.7700.

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