Urethrocoele- Symptom, Treatment of Urethrocoele


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Urethrocoele- Symptom, Treatment of Urethrocoele

What is Urethrocoele?

Urethrocoele is the bulging of the urethra into the lower one third of the anterior vaginal wall. It is more properly called urethral displacement, as the urethra is not dilated.

Urethrocoele Facts and Information

Urethrocoele is the protrusion of the urethra into the anterior wall of the vagina, due to loss of the normal support of the urethra. The condition is usually due to damage to the supporting structures of the urethra during childbirth. A cystocoele is frequently present in addition

Symptom of Urethrocoele

The primary sign of this problem is a thin, reddish membrane protruding from one portion of the urethral opening. Other symptoms include bleeding and urination problems such as frequency, urgency and pain. Here are the list of Symptom of Urethrocoele

  • Painful micturition or dyuspareunia.
  • bloody spotting with mild trauma
  • Sassile or pedunculated red mass that is tender to touch.


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