Diet for uterine prolapse?

When someone suffers from a uterine prolapse, this basically means that her uterus has fallen from its normal condition. This falling causes it to bulge into the vagina. If the prolapse is really bad, the uterus may also project outside the vagina. You may notice that you have a lump in the vagina, a lump that actually projects outside the vagina. You may also experience discomfort in your pelvic region. This will also cause you to have frequent urination. You may also experience pain while passing urine. In addition to this, you will also find it painful to move your bowels. Lifting weights will cause bad backaches while you may also have pain when you indulge in sexual intercourse.

A uterine prolapse is caused when the muscles which are found at the base of the abdomen are stretched. They are usually stretched due to childbirth or even age. Another possible reason for this is obesity. Fat women are more likely to suffer from uterine prolapse. If you have led a physically relaxed life, then the lack of physical fitness could be another cause for you to suffer form a prolapse. If your job requires lifting weight, then this condition is as a result of your job. You should stop lifting weight at once. Seek your doctor's opinion on whether it is possible for you to start on some kind of physical activity that will keep you fit.

To lose weight you will have to take extreme care with your diet. Cut down on food items that contain lots of oil and sugar. Food items that contain white flour and sugar, and dairy items like cheese should all be avoided. Instead your diet should consist of fresh fruits and vegetables. Salads can be eaten as long as they are not doused in rich dressings. Drink a cup of warm water with a teaspoon of honey mixed in it every morning. Avoid eating vegetables like potatoes, sweet potatoes in large quantities and instead eat green leafy vegetables. Avoid adding extra sugar to your beverages and to fruit juices. Instead of yogurt, you can drink diluted buttermilk with salt added to it. Sipping warm water throughout the day will help you control the pangs of hunger. You can also opt for healthy snacks instead of anything fattening, to eat between meals. When you are trying to lose weight it is a good idea to avoid eating out and instead eat wholesome, home cooked food.

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