Harvard Women's Health Watch

Pelvic organ prolapse surgery less effective over time

The effectiveness of abdominal sacrocolpopexy surgery to correct pelvic organ prolapse declines over time. Adding urethropexy can reduce incontinence risk, but it doesn't affect the odds of treatment failure.
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