Pelvic Organ Prolapse
On left, Susan Hollinger, ARNP On right, Elizabeth Chase, MD
- Do you experience pelvic heaviness that gets worse as you go through your day?
- Have you felt like something is bulging out of your vagina?
- Has emptying your bladder and/or bowels become difficult chores?
- Does it feel like your sexual sensations during intercourse have decreased since your last childbirth experience?
If your answer is yes to any of these questions, you may have pelvic organ prolapse.
"Dr. Chase and Susan Hollinger were incredible! I was worried I’d be uncomfortable discussing this problem; but their positive and encouraging manner put me completely at ease. Dr. Chase educated me on various treatment options and visually showed me how my organs were placed through a computer software program. I felt that I completely understood my choices and that Dr. Chase fully understood my concerns.
What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?
When an organ sags or slips out of its normal position, it is called a prolapse.
The most common diagnoses are:
- Cystocele: dropped bladder
- Rectocele: makes it difficult to move your bowels.
- Uterine prolapse: dropped uterus
- Vaginal prolapse: bulging vagina
- Perineocele: loose vaginal opening
Experienced NH Pelvic Prolapse Physician
Garrison Women’s Health’s Dr. Elizabeth Chase has focused her career on women who have problems with pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence.
Dr. Chase, Susan Hollinger, ARNP, and the rest of the team have developed expertise that is not otherwise available in the area. She has helped hundreds of women in the New Hampshire and Maine seacoast area by using evidence based treatments.
Contact Us for Help
Dr. Chase is passionate about helping with these problems and she is here to help you.
Contact Garrison Women’s Health Center in Dover, NH to arrange to see Dr. Chase or Susan Hollinger, ARNP.