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Pelvic prolapse is common and treatable for women

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As women age and experience childbirth, as well as other strenuous physical activities, certain muscle groups aren’t as strong as they used to be. A woman’s pelvic floor — the muscle group responsible for supporting the pelvic organs — can weaken due to aging, injury, physical exertion or certain illnesses, leading to a condition known as pelvic organ prolapse.

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