What is Shirodkar sling operation?

What is Shirodkar sling operation?

Abdominal sling with Dr. Shirodkar’s method is the real corrective solution to weekend uterosacral ligaments. It is the perfect anatomical solution for a conservative approach to uterocervical descent. Of-course Procedure is difficult and requires boldness.

What is sling surgery for prolapse?

Abdominal sling surgery is defined as attachment of either the connective tissue graft (fascia lata) or some synthetic material (Mersilene) to the anterior wall of the exposed vaginal vault following total hysterectomy or to the posterior wall of the uterine cervix in total and subtotal uterine prolapse, whereas the …

How long does a pelvic sling last?

I usually tell patients that if they take care of their slings and avoid constipation, do their Kegel exercises and use low dose estrogen or annual MonaLisa Touch to maintain, then they should expect the sling to last for 10-15 years. Although that is anecdotal from my own patients’ experience.

How long are you off work after bladder sling surgery?

You will probably be able to go back to work in 1 to 2 weeks. But you will need at least 6 weeks to fully recover before returning to all normal activities. You must avoid heavy lifting and strenuous activities during this time. These might put extra pressure on your bladder while you recover.

How painful is recovery from bladder sling surgery?

Your Recovery After surgery, you may feel weak and tired for several days. Your pubic bone may feel bruised, and you may have some pain or cramping in your lower belly. These symptoms should get better in 1 to 2 weeks. You also may have some vaginal spotting for up to 1 month.

What is a Shirodkar suture?

What is the Shirodkar (high vaginal) cervical suture? It is a suture, or stitch, which is placed around the cervix (neck of the womb) and tied in order to prevent the cervix opening too early in pregnancy.

Is Shirodkar cerclage permanent?

The Shirodkar procedure involves a permanent stitch around the cervix because it will not be removed and therefore a Caesarean section will be necessary to deliver the baby.