Mesh-Free Robotic Colpopexy

Vaginal prolapse can occur due to stretching or damage of the uterosacral ligaments. Mesh-Free Robotic Colpopexy is done by a plication (bringing together) and elevation of the ligaments with sutures. This corrects the stretching and damage of the ligaments, resulting in an elevation of the vagina and correction of the prolapse. This also results in a lengthening of the vagina.

Mesh-Free Robotic Colpopexy

Mesh-Free Robotic Colpopexy

In women who also have a rectocele, a posterior colporrhaphy is performed at the time of the Mesh-Free Robotic Colpopexy. Posterior colporrhaphy involves a plication of the supportive tissue between the rectum and vagina which reduces a bulge of the back side of the vagina.

For symptoms of “vaginal looseness,” perineoplasty or vaginal rejuvenation involving a tightening of the vagina is also performed.

Optimal treatment is based on each individual patient’s history, her desired outcome and a physical exam.

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Colpopexy Video

Disclaimer: Due to the graphic nature of the video, it may not be suitable for all viewers.

Listen to Dr. Shashoua narrate a video of colpopexy for pelvic organ prolapse. da Vinci Colpopexy and supracervical hysterectomy.

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