In order for the gynaecologist to advise you on the management of your condition, it will be necessary to take a detailed history and make a proper assessment of the degree of prolapse. This will involve an examination with you lying on your side and then on your back. You may be asked to cough and to bear down. Computerised testing of the bladder may also be performed to test for urinary leakage.
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