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The Hodge Pessary by Milex is an ideal first-line treatment for bladder prolapse
The Hodge Pessary is designed to help relieve the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse. By supporting the prolapsed organs, the Hodge Pessary can help to give relief from bladder prolapse and help to prevent the heavy, dragging feeling associated with prolapse.
Pessaries, along with pelvic floor exercise, are recommended as a first-line treatment for pelvic organ prolapse. While a pessary cannot cure a prolapse, by wearing a pessary you can help to prevent your prolapse from getting worse; it will also help with the everyday symptoms of prolapse.
The Hodge Pessary is a folding design for easy insertion and comes in a range of sizes for your convenience.
The Hodge Pessary is available in the following sizes:
- Size 4: 92x54mm
- Size 5: 95x57mm
- Size 6: 98x60mm
- Size 7: 108x64mm
Please note: initial pessary fitting and sizing should be carried out by a trained healthcare professional.
Please Note: The Hodge Pessary contains an internal metal support therefore must be removed prior to an MRI scan or X Ray if the X Ray is to be performed on the pelvic area.
What type of pessary should I use?
If you're unsure what type of pessary is right for you, you can get some help and advice from our blog on pessary use.
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As we state on the Milex Hodge Pessary page, initial pessary fitting and sizing should be carried out by a trained healthcare professional, so that you know you are using the correct style and size of pessary.
Your doctor/specialist will be able to instruct you on how to insert this pessary.
I hope this helps,
The Hodge pessary has sizing as such
Size 4: 92x54mm
Size 5: 95x57mm
Size 6: 98x60mm
Size 7: 108x64mm
So I cannot say what a medium size would be. Proper fitting is vitally important, so we would recommend the help from a professional to get the initial fit right.
Read more about pessary use here: http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/blog/2013/01/15/pessary-use-in-pelvic-organ-prolapse-and-incontinence/
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