Uterine prolapse is a rare complication in pregnancy and its frequency decreases as the parity declines in the last decade. In this report, we have aimed to present two patients who were admitted to our center with the complaint of uterine prolapse that first occurred during pregnancy and the conservative management of this rare condition was reported. In spite of performing elective cesarean section in cases of uterine prolapse complicating pregnancy, normal spontaneous vaginal delivery can be preferred in appropriate cases.
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Conservative management of pelvic organ prolapse during pregnancy: Report of two patients
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