Bladder prolapse is a medical condition that requires a consultation with your doctor, but a healthy weight-loss diet can help keep the condition at bay. Understand the contributing factors to bladder prolapse with information from a licensed and registered dietitian in this free video on nutrition.
Hi, I'm Charlotte Lawson, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian here in Tampa Bay, Florida. Now, you might have some questions if you're experiencing a medical condition called bladder prolapse. Well, in no ways am I a medical professional; so, if you think you have this, please consult your physician. Now, as far as diet goes of bladder prolapse, there really is no scientific diet to prevent this. It really has to do with your muscular tone. There's different exercises and again, consult with your physician that can help strengthen these muscles to possibly prevent bladder prolapse. Now, it has been link that obesity and weight gaining can actually bring on or actually, you know, hinder that and possibly cause bladder prolapse. So, if you're think you're in that stage, you might want to check your weight and look for a optimal weight gain or excuse me, optimal weight loss and again, preventing that obesity. But, there are certain things at your diet to prevent some of the symptoms, for instance, constipation. A high fiber diet and also high in fluids can help with that constipation, again, that maybe associated with blad, bladder prolapse. But unfortunately, like I mentioned, there's no diet to actually prevent this and really maintaining a healthy weight and overall healthy diet can hopefully better all over improve your health risks for everything. Well, that's just a couple of tips on bladder prolapse; again, consult with your physician for more questions. I'm Charlotte and eat happy.