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Case Study
Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

Pelvic organ prolapse is part of a group of conditions known as pelvic floor disorders that also includes urinary and bowel incontinence caused by failure of the pelvic muscles and connective tissue.

  • Pelvic organ prolapse affects up to 50% of women after the age of 50.¹
  • The most common causes of pelvic organ prolapse are pregnancy, labor, and childbirth.¹
  • Other causes of POP include obesity, respiratory issues, constipation, pelvic cancers, and hysterectomies.²
  • Approximately 10% of women throughout their lifetime will have pelvic organ prolapse repair surgery.³


  1. National Women’s Health Resource Center, Inc.
  2. National Association for Continence
  3. U.S. National Library of Medicine

January 2015

Sally D., 62, Boston, Massachusetts, the post-menopausal mother of three adult children, was diagnosed with a second-degree prolapsed uterus.  Her gynecologist explained that in second degree prolapse of the uterus, the uterus drops down into the vagina opening. This is usually caused by the weakening of the connective tissue and ligaments supporting the uterus. In Sally’s case, the doctor told her that giving birth to three children and also having experienced menopause were significant factors in the development of her prolapse.

The doctor recommended that Sally have a hysterectomy and did not suggest other options. Since she was experiencing back pain, constipation and painful sexual intercourse with bleeding, Sally knew she had to do something that would improve or correct the prolapse but she wanted to avoid having surgery if at all possible.

Sally discussed her POP diagnosis with a friend who is a physical therapist. Her friend suggested that Sally try daily Kegel exercises to see if this would alleviate her symptoms and help the prolapse. The physical therapist recommended the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer to Sally telling her that as an FDA-cleared device it would be safe to use, and as a biofeedback device she would be able to know the right pelvic muscles were being exercised. In addition, the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer, unlike other Kegel devices, has graduated training sheaths that when used further build up greater strength in the pelvic floor muscles, helping to hold the uterus and other organs in place.

Hopeful, Sally decided to postpone surgery and ordered a Vibrance Pevic Trainer (VPT). With Vibrance, she began doing pelvic floor muscle exercises daily. Within three weeks of using the biofeedback device every day, Sally had relief of symptoms. She continued to work with the VPT and found the resistance training provided by the strength enhancing sheaths restored and toned her pelvic floor.

“It has now been over a year and I have not had to have a hysterectomy. I have been able to return to enjoying sex with no pain. I can’t describe what a relief it is and such a good feeling to know my pelvic floor is healthier and stronger. Get yourself a Vibrance Pelvic Trainer! Do it either to help improve any pelvic floor issues you have or do it to prevent them from developing.”