Lake Forest area doctor describes bladder prolapse surgery

Conditions such as bladder prolapse can be extremely embarrassing for women. Dr. Sanjay Gandhi of North Shore Urogynecology provides solutions for women who are experiencing this condition. His practice in Lake Forest offers bladder prolapse surgery, or cystocele, for patients dealing with the dropping of the bladder and other organs through the vaginal area.

Bladder Prolapse Surgery Lake Forest IL

What is bladder prolapse?

  • Bladder prolapse is a type of pelvic organ prolapse that can occur when the body cannot support the bladder and it descends into the vaginal canal.
  • This condition is easily detected by Dr. Sanjay Gandhi during a physical examination.
  • Often, it is a result of vaginal childbirth as the vaginal muscles can become weakened during pregnancy and delivery.

How can bladder prolapse be treated?

There are non invasive treatments to surgical intervention for prolapse. Many patients with bladder prolapse find that surgical intervention is desired to address urinary problems as well as uncomfortable sexual intercourse.

Schedule a consultation appointment today.

At North Shore Urogynecology, Dr. Sanjay Gandhi and his skilled team provide quality care for women who are experiencing a variety of concerns. This includes treatment for bladder prolapse. If you live in the area of Lake Forest, IL and are interested in finding out more about bladder prolapse surgery, contact the team today by calling (844) 327-1188 or visit personally at 660 N. Westmoreland Road #306.

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Sanjay Gandhi, M.D.

Sanjay Gandhi, M.D.
Partners in Pelvic Health North Shore Urogynecology

Conditions affecting the female pelvis are the focus at Partners in Pelvic Health North Shore Urogynecology. We provide effective solutions for these problems from our offices at Park City, Woodstock, and Lake Forest in Illinois.

Our team is headed by Sanjay Gandhi, MD, Urogynecologist. Dr. Gandhi’s specialized education included a residency in gynecology and obstetrics at Northwestern University and a three-year urogynecology fellowship. He is among a few in the country to pass the first examination in Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery (URPS) of The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also teaches healthcare students.