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Learn what your symptoms means

Not sure what's normal, or what's cause for concern? Take one of our pelvic floor quizzes to learn more about what your symptoms mean and can help you prepare to talk to your doctor. 

Urinary incontinence

Bladder leakage, which is also called urinary incontinence, occurs when you can’t control your bladder and accidentally release urine. This can change a happy moment or enjoyable exercise into a stressful and possibly uncomfortable experience. See if you are experiencing stress urinary incontinence symptoms. 

Pelvic organ prolapse

You may have heard women talk about their “dropped bladder” or “fallen uterus”. This is known as pelvic organ prolapse (POP). When this happens, organs like the bladder, rectum, and uterus may slip down (prolapse) into the vagina and sometimes even past it’s opening. See if you are experiencing pelvic organ prolapse symptoms. 

Pelvic floor

Not sure where to start? This brief quiz will help you identify possible symptoms of urinary incontinence and prolapse.

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Ready to talk to a specialist?

There are many doctors who specialize in pelvic floor disorders, including urinary incontinence. You can search by city, state, or ZIP code to find the right one for you.


Learn more about pelvic floor disorders and how to talk to your doctor.

All about bladder leakage: symptoms and treatments

In this 11-minute webinar, urogynecologist Dr. Elizabeth Williams discusses the most common types of bladder leakage and treatment options.

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