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Laparoscopic Sutured Rectopexy

Laparoscopic sutured rectopexy is a surgery that stitches (sutures) the rectum back into place. This key-hole surgery is used to correct rectal prolapse. The rectum is gently lifted back into its proper place in the pelvis securing the connective tissue surrounding the rectum (mesorectum) to the bony sacral promontory of the pelvis.

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This laparoscopic procedure is minimally invasive, quick, safe (not requiring a bowel resection), and allows for rapid recovery.

If You Have Rectal Prolapse - You Need A Kegel8 Pelvic Toner

Rectopexy has the disadvantage of exacerbating constipation in those already constipated. As with all forms of pelvic surgery a regimen of pelvic floor exercises is recommended to support the pelvic floor surgery and also to prevent further prolapse of pelvic organs. Particularly, rectal prolapse patients may have a uterine prolapse or a bladder prolapse so careful care is needed to prevent straining the pelvic floor with constipation. Kegel8 Ultra will help after Rectopexy and rectal prolapse.

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