Pelvic organ prolapse (PTP) - pelvic floor and organ omission syndrome pelvic floor in isolation or in combination, which is extremely negatively affected by the quality of life of patients. According to world data, between 2.9 and 53% of women report some form of PTP. Up to 47% of pelvic organ prolapsed patients are women of working age. According to the Women Health Initiative Study, among 16,616 women of perimenopaus age, the incidence of uterine prolapsed was 14.2%, cystocele was 34.3%, and reconcile was 18.6%. In most cases, PTP is almost asymptomatic, which indicates its greater prevalence in the population.
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