ARCHIVEOBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
International Medical Journal, Vol. 21., Iss. 3, 2015, P. 16−20.
ETIOPATHOGENETIC ASPECTS OF GENITAL PROLAPSE IN PERIMENOPAUSAL PERIOD
Kharkiv National Medical University, Ukraine
Perimenopausal disorders in women with genital prolapse and stress incontinence of urine acquire urgency in the recent years due to their social, economic and psychological significance. In spite of the common opinion about the role of estrogen deficiency in development of dystrophic and atrophic processes of the structures of urinary and genital tract, further investigation of etiologic factors of genital prolapse and stress incontinence is required. The purpose of the research was the study of etiopatogenetic aspects of genital prolapse in perimenopausal women by way of clinical data and history investigation in women with urogenital disorders for determination of perspective directions of prevention and treatment. 15 women with genital prolapse and stress incontinence of urine in a perimenopausal period are investigated. 11 (73.3 %) women were in menopause; 2 (13.3 %) menstruated, 2 (13.3 %) were in postmenopause. The etiopatogenetic features of perimenopausal disorders with genital prolapse and stress incontinence were age of the patients, parity, different obstetric−gynecological complications and diseases, surplus weight, vascular pathology associated with dysplasia of connecting tissues. Further research will allow to open new directions in diagnosis, correction and prevention of the given pathology.
Key words: urogenital disorders, etiopathogenetic aspects, genital prolapse.