I am a seventy-two year-old woman. I have been to two different gynecologists for vaginal/uterine prolapse. One doctor wanted to perform a hysterectomy, the other recommended use of vaginal estrogen cream and insertion of a vaginal device - pessary. Not wanting to subject myself to the surgery, I chose the non-evasive procedure, which to my dismay does not seem to be working. I am on the second device; the first kept falling free, the second hurts me on occasion and also moves. The doctor keeps telling me that the device is correct and that I need to not bend over and/or not to exert myself, which will force the device free. I am at a loss as to what I should do; continue with the cream and device, seek a third opinion, try surgery. What would you do?