Common Prolapse Symptoms

Some women do not have symptoms but others may have one or a combination of prolapse symptoms. The following are are all known presentations of a possible prolapse:

  • pelvic pressure
  • a feeling that something is falling out of the vagina
  • pulling or stretching feeling in the groin area
  • painful intercourse
  • dull backache
  • spotting or bleeding from the vagina
  • the inability to use tampons as the opening to the vagina is wide
  • urinary problems such as incontinence or frequency (feeling the need to regularly pass urine)
  • bladder leakage
  • constipation

Other factors may indicate a weakening of the pelvic floor and could be also associated with prolapse:

  • symptoms made worse by standing
  • symptoms made worse by jumping
  • symptoms made worse by lifting

You may also find that all activity associated symptoms are relieved when lying down.

If you are worried by any of these signs or symptoms, we can help you and if appropriate, Mr Broome can assist you. Please ring us on 0845 257 2559 or email us for further information.

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You may find these pages below very helpful

 

’Why’

There are many reasons why props happens. More information can be found here

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’Operations’

There are various options available to assist you improve your quality of life. Click here for more information.

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’Questions’

Many woman have questions. Here are a list of the most frequently asked.

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