Female Hip / Sacrum / Pubis / Ischium / Ilium - Anatomy Bones

Pelvic organ prolapse is where one or more of the pelvic organs have dropped from their normal position. This can affect the bladder, uterus or rectum and causes symptoms such as a feeling of fullness in the pelvis, a lump protruding from the vagina, or difficulties with passing urine or having a bowel movement. Surgery is an option for correcting these problems. Your doctor can determine if pelvic organ prolapse is occurring and if surgery would be a good treatment option for you.