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Uterine prolapse

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Wendela Wapenaar

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Synonym(s): prolapse uterine calf bed


Uterine prolapse

A uterine prolapse is a genuine emergency, and your vet should be called as soon as possible to increase the chances of a successful outcome.

Uterine prolapse ©Peter Jackson

What is uterine prolapse?

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Can it be treated?

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What aftercare is needed?

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What is the prognosis?

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