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Yes pregnancy can occour with a prolapse uterous. But continuity of pregnancy
depend on degree of prolapse. If there is first and second degree prolapse then usually
pregnancy reach term but in case of third degree prolapse pregnancy will still occour
but there will be increase risk of abortion.
I will continue to answer this question - for the most part a POP - Pelvic Organ Prolapse problem does not affect you getting pregnant - and most patients that I know of who have had TERM pregnancies before and NOW have POP - they go on to have a normal pregnancy, and there is no difference in the miscarriage rate when comparing the same variables - so if you have had a term pregnancy, your chances of a miscarriage are no different. (I'm an ob/gyn in the US).