My mother is 97, has dementia, and is extremely hard of hearing. When a visiting nurse discovered that she has a prolapsed uterus, he urged us to take her to the ER, which we did. Being there for several hours was very traumatizing for her. Two days later, she was examined by a gynecologist who recommended the above procedures. I'm not sure what to put her through. After the gynecologist's exam, she said she had gone through major surgery and was grateful for being fixed. I can see the necessity of the pessary to keep her uterus in place, but why put her through the ultrasound and biopsy? If she had cancer, we would not put her through any aggressive treatments.