Lifestyle Changes: Diet and weight loss are effective lifestyle measures in treating pelvic organ prolapse. The addition of fiber to your diet can decrease constipation, a known precursor to prolapse problems. By reducing abdominal fat, you can also decrease the pressure on your pelvic floor, thereby minimizing symptoms.
Kegel exercises: Kegel exercises are recommended to strengthen the muscles around the opening of the vagina, rectum and urethra.
Biofeedback therapy: Long-term strengthening of your pelvic muscles using biofeedback to control the strength and placement of the muscle contraction has been found to successfully remediate certain symptoms of Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
Pessary: A pessary is a silicone device placed in your vagina that helps hold your pelvic organs in place and relieve the discomfort.