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Rectocele Repair in Las Vegas, NV

Dr. Grigoriev is a urogynecologist in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr Grigoriev specializes in rectocele repair, and he is dedicated to improving the quality of life for his patients by addressing this common and often uncomfortable condition. Dr. Grigoriev’s expertise, combined with a commitment to personalized care, ensures that individuals seeking rectocele repair receive the very best treatment. If you’re in Las Vegas and in need of specialized urogynecological care, our urogynecology clinic is your trusted destination for comprehensive and compassionate rectocele repair solutions. Call our urology clinic in Las Vegas at (702) 233-0727.

What is Rectocele Repair?

A rectocele repair is typically done to correct bulging of the bottom wall of the vagina. Repair surgery can make the wall of your vagina stronger using stitches to help stop your small intestine or rectum from bulging into your vagina. Rectocele occurs as a result of thinning and weakening of the band of tissue that separates the vagina from the rectum.

Who is a Good Candidate for Rectocele Repair?

These factors can damage the tissue that supports the rectum and vagina and increase your risk of rectocele. You may be a good candidate if you:

  • Had a vaginal childbirth, especially with large or heavy babies
  • Suffer from chronic constipation
  • Regularly practice heavy lifting
  • Are noticing issues as you age

What Treatments are there for a Rectocele Repair?

Both non-surgical and surgical options are used to treat a rectocele. You should have a thorough physical exam and talk with Dr. Grigoriev before deciding on the best treatment.


  • Avoid constipation by following a high-fiber diet (more than 25 grams per day)
  • Drink six to eight 10-ounce glasses of water per day to help keep you regular
  • Avoid straining during bowel movements
  • Avoid long periods of sitting on the toilet
  • Use stool softeners


Follow exercises designed to strengthen and retrain the muscles of the pelvic floor


You can be fitted with a pessary, a device placed into the vagina to reduce the bulge


If non-surgical methods do not help control rectocele symptoms, surgery may be needed. Surgery is done under general anesthesia and usually takes about one hour. In the surgery, the rectocele is reached through the vagina and the rectal area is not disturbed. This is the traditional approached used by urologists and gynecologists.


You may also be a candidate for a transanal repair, meaning the rectocele is reached through the anus by a colorectal surgeon. This would allow Dr. Grigoriev to correct problems with the anal or rectal area at the time of surgery.


An injectable outpatient solution designed to address fecal incontinence in patients aged 18 and above who have not experienced relief from conventional treatments such as dietary adjustments, fiber therapy, antimotility medications, pelvic floor exercises (Kegels), and biofeedback therapy.

After the Repair

The success of surgical procedures to correct the bulge is over 80-90 percent depending on the technique used. Symptoms improve or resolve between 60-80 percent of the time.

Light vaginal bleeding can occur as the incision heals and you may have some discomfort with bowel movements. Most patients go home the day after surgery.

Experts You Can Trust

Undergoing a rectocele repair is a serious surgery. It can greatly improve your quality of life, but it is important to seek out a qualified surgeon or specialist. We are happy to talk with you about your options for surgery as we work together to get you the relief you need.

Schedule A Consultation Today!

If you’re in need of specialized urogynecological care, our urogynecology clinic is your trusted destination for comprehensive and compassionate rectocele repair solutions. Call our clinic to schedule an appointment today!

Call (702) 233-0727

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