Uterine prolapse in a primigravid woman
Introduction
Uterine prolapse is a common condition in elderly females. However, uterine prolapse during pregnancy is rare, with an incidence of 1 per 10,000 to 15,000 deliveries [1]. It can cause preterm labor, spontaneous abortion, fetal demise, maternal urinary complications, maternal sepsis, and death [2]. Only a few cases of uterine prolapse during pregnancy have been reported and there is no consensus on the efficient management. Therefore, we report a very rare case of uterine prolapse in a young healthy primigravid female who was conservatively treated, resulting in a successful vaginal delivery with literature review.

Case report
A 32-year-old pregnant female, gravida 1, para 0, was referred to the obstetric department for tertiary care at 28+0 weeks of gestation with uterine prolapse. She complained of intermittent vaginal blood spotting after voiding that began 12 days (26+2 weeks of gestation) earlier. Her height and body weight were 157 cm and 55 kg, respectively, and her body mass index was 22.4. Her medical and obstetric history was unremarkable regarding pelvic trauma, prolapse, or stress incontinence. She had no surgical history or family history of connective tissue disease....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4871943/
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