I can understand your urgency and assume you have researched what is involved with this procedure including the recovery time. My concern is that if you decide to undergo the surgery that you can no longer have Pap smears or that the cervix and uterus cannot be accessed for routine screening.
I have been using a pessary for about 5 years (age 80) for the last stage of prolapse. My UroGyn said I must use a vaginal estrogen cream for vaginal atrophy. Has anyone told you that you had vaginal atrophy? It makes removal and insertion of the pessary easier with no irritation. I tried several types and sizes until I found a type that was comfortable and large enough so that it didn’t fall out. I use the cream twice a week and also use a vaginal jelly for insertion and all is well so far.
I don’t know of anyone who has had the surgery but just wanted to share my experience in the event something was overlooked at the time you started with the pessary. Let us know what you decide.
Bladder incontinence is so common and we shouldn’t have to live that way.