Best Gynecologists For Bladder Prolapse In Peshawar

Dr. Asif Malik

Sexologist, Urologist, Andrologist

MBBS, FRCS, Diploma in Urology (UK)

Consultant

  • Experience: 29 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 193
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

View Hospital/Clinic Timings: Pak Medical Center

Dr. Muhammad Shehzad

Sexologist, Urologist, Andrologist

MBBS, FCPS, FICS(USA)

Consultant

  • Experience: 28 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 15
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

View Hospital/Clinic Timings: Pak Medical Center

Dr. Mir Alam Jan

Sexologist, Urologist, Andrologist

FCPS, MBBS

Consultant

  • Patient Reviews: 32
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

Dr. Akhtar Nawaz

Urologist

MBBS, FCPS (Urology) FMAS (Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery)

Consultant

  • Experience: 14 Years
  • Patient Reviews: 18
  • Fee: 1000
  • Available Today

View Hospital/Clinic Timings: Akbar Medical Centre

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The fee for specialists of Bladder Prolapse in peshawar varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

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Anterior prolapse, also called cystocele (SIS), occurs when the supporting tissue between the woman's bladder and vaginal wall weakens and stretches, causing the bladder in the vagina to swell. The anterior prolapse is also known as the prolapsed bladder. The contraction of the muscles that support your pelvic organs can cause an earlier prolapse. This tension occurs during vaginal delivery or chronic constipation, severe coughing or heavyweight. The previous prolapse also tends to cause problems after menopause when estrogen levels decrease. In mild to moderate anterior prolapse, non-surgical treatment is usually effective. In more severe cases, surgery may be required to keep the vagina and other pelvic organs in proper positions.

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