A prolapsed colon is where the transverse colon the section that goes across the body collapses due to congestion, gravity, poor posture, and incorrect positioning for eliminating stools. COMPLICATIONS & DIAGNOSING A PROLAPSED COLON People who have a prolapsed colon have the worst kind of constipation the kind that is toughest to cure. It requires a dedicated, consistent protocol to reshape and reposition the colon. A prolapsed colon will place pressure on all of the organs under it: uterus, ovaries, gonads, bladder. The decreased circulation prevents toxins and acids from leaving the area. This coupled with the pressure can cause sterility, ovarian cysts, prostrate problems, frequent urination and hemorrhoids. A prolapsed colon should show up on an iridology test. It wont necessarily show up on a colonoscopy.