Will My Uterus Fall Out? While your uterus and other organs will not fall out of your body, the weakening of your pelvic floor muscles can make it feel and appear as though this may happen. The most common and bothersome symptom is pressing of the uterus or other organs against the vaginal wall.
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Moderate to severe prolapse may cause symptoms, such as:the feeling that you're sitting on a ball.vaginal bleeding.increased discharge.problems with sexual intercourse.the uterus or cervix protruding out of the vagina.a pulling or heavy feeling in the pelvis.constipation or difficulty passing stool.
Enterocele ( Dropped Bowel) Less common than other types of prolapse, this generally only occurs after the uterus has been removed. Symptoms include a feeling of fullness, pressure or pain in the vaginal and pelvic area, a pulling sensation or low back pain that eases when you lie down, and painful intercourse.
Signs and symptoms of moderate to severe uterine prolapse include: Sensation of heaviness or pulling in your pelvis. Tissue protruding from your vagina. Urinary problems, such as urine leakage (incontinence) or urine retention. Trouble having a bowel movement.