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Do You Have a Pelvic Floor Disorder?

Commons symptoms of pelvic floor disorders

Commons symptoms of pelvic floor disorders

Pelvic floor disorders may affect the ability of pelvic organs including the bladder, uterus and rectum to function normally and are often associated with pregnancy and childbirth. This can lead to problems such as pelvic pressure, pain, constipation, incontinence, urinary tract infections and pain during physical activity or intercourse. This short quiz can help you determine if you may have a pelvic floor disorder.

  • Do you leak urine when coughing, sneezing, exercising or moving suddenly? 
  • Do you have a sudden need to urinate? 
  • Do you usually see or feel an unusual bulge in your vaginal area? 
  • Do you have accidental leakage of urine or stool? 
  • Do you have difficulty and/or pain with bowel movements? 
  • Do you experience pain with sexual activity? 
  • Do you experience pain when urinating? 
  • Do you suffer from frequent bladder infections? 

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may have a pelvic floor disorder. Scripps urogynecologists can diagnose your symptoms and help you find relief.