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Back Pain and Bladder Prolapse
Treato found 74 discussions about Bladder Prolapse and Back Pain on the web.
1.64% of the posts that mention Bladder Prolapse also mention Back Pain (74 posts)
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Hi, everyone: I'm new at the board, so I hope someone can help. A few years ago I started noticing a small bump in the vaginal area. Now, it feels like an orange there. I went to my GYN and she said that my bladder is pushing on my vaginal wall. When I go to the bathroom I get very small streams of urine out, and I'm very bloated, and have gained five pounds of water weight. This morning, I woke up with a terrible lower back pain. It was very hard to get out of bed without yelling. Do any of you experience severe back pain with a prolapse of any kind. Thank you very much
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