Women who give birth vaginally are more likely to develop pelvic organ prolapse during the first year after childbirth than women who have cesarean sections, according to a study published online in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Researchers noted that during the labor and delivery process, the pelvic floor relaxes but does not recover its former support during the year after birth. This relaxing of the pelvic muscles does not occur in women who do not labor and have C-sections. Women who labor but ultimately have a C-section are still at risk for pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic organ ... Read More
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