I am 49 and have a prolapsed bladder. I don’t have pain with intercourse, but I've had a hysterectomy. Which formula do I start?

At 49 with hysterectomy, you can start with:

1. NeuEve Silver suppositories, https://www.neueve.com/products/silver
2. NeuEve balm cream, [https://www.neueve.com/products/cream](https://www.neueve.com/products/cream)
3. Dilators, [https://www.neueve.com/pages/dilators](https://www.neueve.com/pages/dilators)

This article explains how these items help you relieve bladder prolapse:

How do NeuEve balm, suppository, and dilators help relieve chronic UTIs?

To speed up the recovery, you can use 2 packs of NeuEve Silver for the first month, using 1 suppository every other day to get a head start.

On the second month, you can switch to the maintenance mode of NeuEve Silver, using 1 every 5 days. One pack is for one month of supply. You can continue using the vulva balm cream daily.

Additionally, Kegel exercise may help you speed up the recovery. This link provides some good information about Kegel exercise for women:


You can type "Kegel exercise vaginal tightening" in the Youtube search bar and you will find many instruction videos on YouTube. Below are some examples:


Some pelvic physical therapists teach Kegel exercise. You may find one in your area.

To grow back the vaginal tissue elasticity will take time. There is no quick fix. Combination among using NeuEve (topical nutritional supplements), dietary supplements, and Kegel exercise can help you recover sooner.

Aug 25, 2023

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