Obstetrics / Vaginal delivery
Prolapse following vaginal delivery
Alice developed problems with vaginal prolapse after the normal delivery of her second child in 2000. During the delivery she got a second degree tear, which was repaired. In 2005 she presented with a cystocele and underwent an anterior repair with perineorrhapy. This did not relieve her symptoms, so in 2006 she had a vaginal sacrospinous fixation with perinorrhapy. Alice alleged that the second degree tear was not repaired properly, and that this was the cause of the problems. PMS Expert Report concluded that there was no evidence of negligence in her treatment, and in particular that the second degree tear was repaired to a reasonable standard. The case was not pursued any further.
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