Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition where an organ in the pelvis slips down from their normal position and bulge into the womb (uterus), bowel, bladder, or vagina. Some of the symptoms you will experience if you have a pelvic organ prolapse are: -heavy feeling around your pelvis -discomfort and feeling like there is something in your vagina -a bulge or lump in your vagina -urinary incontinence (problem controlling urination) or a feeling like your bladder is never empty Mild pelvic organ prolapse may not require treatment, but if you feel discomfort, you can consult a women specialist doctor to see if you may require a treatment or surgery, depending on the type and severity of the prolapse.
Urinary incontinence is the condition where a person cannot control the release of urine. Urinary incontinence can affect daily life in the simplest of activities. Simple reactions like laughter and coughs can also cause involuntary urination. Urinary incontinence patients may drink less water to avoid urination, or avoid going out due to the anxiety of their conditions being noticed by others. In some cases, involuntary urination could also occur during sexual intercourse. Urinary incontinence treatment depends on the type of incontinence and also the underlying causes. Consult with your doctor to find out what kind of treatemnt is suitable for your condition.