NeuEve was originally designed for relieving vaginal dryness, atrophy, painful sex, and odor.
It was not designed for preventing or reversing bladder prolapse.
A few NeuEve users reported that their bladder prolapse was stopped or reversed after using NeuEve. This suggest that using NeuEve routinely may help relieve bladder prolapse. The reason may be that using NeuEve strengthens the atrophied vaginal wall. A stronger vaginal wall may provide a better support to the prolapsed bladder, pushing it back to its original position.
Successes reported by some customers may not be generalizable to others because individual cases are different. We make no claims that NeuEve can restore bladder prolapse.
However, these stories suggest that using NeuEve (along with other methods like dilation and Kegel exercises) may be helpful for a mild case of bladder prolapse.
If you have a mild case and you want to try NeuEve to see if it is beneficial, you are welcome to try it.
There is no quick fix for reversing bladder prolapse. We do not guarantee that it will work for all customers. If you want to try it, you will need to be patient because it may take a long time with persistent use of the products before you see significant improvement.
At 54 with hysterectomy, you can start with:
1. NeuEve Silk suppositories, https://www.neueve.com/products/silk
2. NeuEve balm cream, https://www.neueve.com/products/cream
3. 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 Silk 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 Silk, using it twice a week. One pack is for one month of supply. You can continue using the vulva balm cream daily.
Taking certain dietary supplements can also help you find relief sooner.
Additionally, Kegel exercise may help you speed up the recovery. If you have not done it, you can type "Kegel exercise" in Google search bar and you will find many instructions on YouTube.
Some pelvic physical therapist teach Kegel exercise. You may find one in your area.
Reversal of vaginal atrophy and bladder prolapse takes time. It may need at least 2-3 months of hard work to achieve a full reversal of the atrophy.
Thus, this method is not a quick fix. You need to be patient and have a commitment to long-term use of these products along with pelvic exercise to regain natural recovery of vaginal atrophy and bladder prolapse.
I hope that you will find relief soon.