The silicone Hodge pessary is used for 1st and 2nd degree prolapse, cystocele, rectal displacement, cervical incompetence and stress urinary incontinence.
The device must be prescribed and positioned by a qualified specialised practitioner.
Silicone Hodge pessary with and without supporting membrane
Only gynaecologists/general practitioners are qualified to give advice and information on the choice and use of the device.
The silicone Hodge pessary comes either with or without a supporting membrane; these devices are usually prescribed to women of childbearing potential. Use of this device is possible when other types of pessary prove ineffective. The pessary is inserted into the vagina to provide the pelvic organs with additional support. This restores the anatomical relationship between the pelvic organs and prevents/reduces the possibility of a prolapse. The size is stated on the product and on the label. It is used for 1st and 2nd degree prolapse, cystocele, rectal displacement, cervical incompetence and stress incontinence.
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