Pelvic Organ Prolapse Screening
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Every Mon & Wed (8am-9pm) this Oct-Nov 2021

Screen and Treat 'Rahim Jatuh' in 3 SIMPLE STEPS

Especially important for Women Above 35yrs old
and Women who Have Given Birth, Approaching Menopause

3 SIMPLE STEPS

A timely screening sets the difference between SURGERY and SAFE THERAPY that can reverse and cure ‘jatuh rahim’ and other dislocated pelvic organs. 

As specialists in women’s pelvic organ prolapse treatment preferred by gynaecologists and uro-gynaecologists in Malaysia, we have reversed complex Stage 4 Pelvic Organ Prolapse and cured early stage prolapse for our doctors’ patients.

You can now get a full prolapse screening in conjunction with our Prolapse Awareness Campaign in just 3 steps:

If you have experienced these before, you might be having or at risk of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (P.O.P).

POP Bulging feeling

Pressure, Bulging feeling down there

It may feel like a ball or bouncy object is pushing out or constantly at the lower abdomen area. Sometimes with pain.

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More than 1 Pregnancy

It is a known risk factor that multiple pregnancies can overstretch our inner muscles and cause our internal organs to move positions

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Leaking Urine Involuntarily

It indicates our pelvic floor is no longer strong and in control to support our internal organs from falling.

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Spotting outside of menses

You start noticing blood spotting on your panties outside your menstruation cycle. You feel something is rubbing against your panties.

Screen for Pelvic Organ Prolapse and avoid surgery if you catch it early.

Just like pap smear, our internal organs require a periodic check up to make sure we are doing okay, so that we can maintain our quality of life all the way.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse screening can help us do just that:

  • Prevent Pelvic Organ Prolapse (P.O.P) from happening
  • Identify signs of prolapse 
  • Reverse P.O.P as early as you can
  • Avoid prolapse surgery
  • Live comfortably without P.O.P 
  • Enjoy FREEDOM of activity and maintain quality of life! 
  • Prevent P.O.P related issues such as leaking urine uncontrollably, ruined intimacy, loss of confidence. 

P.O.P, or Pelvic Organ Prolapse, is an alarming health condition.

It is when our inner organs like the Bladder, Uterus and Rectum are no longer in their original position.

They can fall outside of our body, which usually becomes a surgical issue because of the health risks.

Fallen organs disrupts our bodily functions and our quality of lives more than we know it.

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14 Aug 2021 (Saturday)
3.00pm

Speaker:

Kash Thangaraju, Women's Health Physiotherapist

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Left unmanaged, most women often only discover prolapse ('jatuh organ dalaman') when the internal organs are visible outside of the body.

When it is visible, it's a late-stage sign which is much harder to treat.

Treatment options lessen when we reach Stage 4.

Surgery can be expensive and with risks. Prevention is definitely superior for P.O.P.

Confessions of a Pelvic Organ Prolapse patient:

(Patient A) Baseball working its way out like a baby

Can you imagine a baseball is trying to work its way out of your vagina, towards your legs?

This is what Mrs. C has been experiencing since the age of 60 after going through 3 pregnancies previously and did not know she had weak pelvic muscles.

As Mrs. C would call it, having a “baseball butt” can make life difficult whether you’re standing up or sitting down and therefore, almost made it impossible for her to go anywhere without feeling completely demoralized and uncomfortable.

“I stopped going anywhere as the only comfortable position for me was just lying flat.”

“I couldn’t go scuba diving or even pick up my grandchildren because any time you pick up something, the pressure goes right to the pelvis.”

(Patient B) More Mental than Physical

“Living with a prolapse is 80% mental. It’s an acute psychological battle which is way more damaging than managing the actual physical prolapse.”

Most of the time, women who experience POP do not understand what is happening to their body and just use temporary coping methods to just “deal with it”.

Don't let our Normal Quality of Life become a Luxury

urinary incontinence pelvic organ prolapse

Prolapse is usually associated with a variety of urinary, bowel and sexual dysfunction which may significantly compromise the quality of life of the patients.

Some people may feel that their femininity is at stake when their organs are waiting for surgical removal of the uterus to reduce the burden.

Yet there are so many causes and risk factors that causes us to develop Prolapse and we don't know them.

And once we develop Prolapse, normal activities such as walking, exercising, urinating and even intimacy moments can become difficult to achieve!

Prevent uterus removal

Maintain bladder control

Self-autonomy as we age

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More about the screening centre:

Vibrance Pelvic Care Centre

Vibrance Pelvic Care Centre (VPCC) is a specialized pelvic healthcare centre with the purpose of providing women with comprehensive pelvic healthcare to overcome urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, chronic back pain, manage pelvic organ prolapse, and regain full pelvic floor function and health.

Equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for assessment and treatment of pelvic health, bladder and pelvic floor performance, Women’s Health Physiotherapists with a specialization in pelvic floor muscle therapy give clients 1- to-1 guidance to overcome their specific pelvic health issues.

These issues include urine leakage, intimate health challenges, chronic back pain, management of pelvic organ prolapse, to self-esteem and social confidence.

With the combination of the latest technology in-centre, the clinically proven and award winning Vibrance Pelvic Trainer and the caring expertise of experienced, qualified physiotherapists, Vibrance Pelvic Care Centre has helped many women regain control and confidence in their life.

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