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Causes of Cystocele

List of causes of Cystocele

Following is a list of causes or underlying conditions (see also Misdiagnosis of underlying causes of Cystocele) that could possibly cause Cystocele includes:

Cystocele Causes: Risk Factors

The following conditions have been cited in various sources as potentially causal risk factors related to Cystocele:

Cystocele: Related Medical Conditions

To research the causes of Cystocele, consider researching the causes of these these diseases that may be similar, or associated with Cystocele:

Cystocele: Causes and Types

Causes of Broader Categories of Cystocele: Review the causal information about the various more general categories of medical conditions:

Cystocele as a complication of other conditions:

Other conditions that might have Cystocele as a complication may, potentially, be an underlying cause of Cystocele. Our database lists the following as having Cystocele as a complication of that condition:

Cystocele as a symptom:

Conditions listing Cystocele as a symptom may also be potential underlying causes of Cystocele. Our database lists the following as having Cystocele as a symptom of that condition:

What causes Cystocele?

Causes: Cystocele: Childbirth or other physical exertion
A cystocele may result from muscle straining while giving birth. Other kinds of straining--such as heavy lifting or repeated straining during bowel movements--may also cause the bladder to fall. The hormone estrogen helps keep the muscles around the vagina strong. When women go through menopause (when they stop having periods), their bodies stop making estrogen, so the muscles around the vagina and bladder may grow weak. (Source: excerpt from Cystocele (Fallen Bladder): NIDDK)

Related information on causes of Cystocele:

As with all medical conditions, there may be many causal factors. Further relevant information on causes of Cystocele may be found in:

 

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