Another tool that allows you to do without surgery is the pessary, the uterine ring, which covers the cervix and keeps the uterus in a raised position. "It is quite effective even at the third stage of omission," says Dr. Thornton. But the uterine ring has its drawbacks. First, the doctor must insert it. Secondly, it descends after administration inside and it is necessary to inflate it to such a state that it is comfortable. Then it must be frequently washed and removed during sexual intercourse. But, if you are not very active sexually or if surgery is another option for you, a ring can be a way out for you.
There is also a surgical alternative to hysterectomy. You can do the operation, restoring the position of the uterus. This is a rather complicated operation that is performed under general anesthesia, but if you want to preserve the uterus, you can consider this option.