Incontinence is not always related to POP but it is the most common symptom of POP. Damage that occurs to the pelvic floor during childbirth sometimes shows up right away but more often it shows up 10 or more years later.
Please review the symptoms on the other post "Let's Take Pelvic Organ Prolapse Out of the Closet", make a list. I'm going to send you a PM (private message) with a link to a questionnaire you can look at as well.Try to find a urogynecologist in your area and see him for evaluation; this is the specialist in pelvic floor disorders and can address any and all POP concerns at once. I'll send the PM later this morning.
Also are you doing any kind of Kegel exercises? The PC muscle truly must be exercised, it is maintenance just like brushing your teeth. There are multiple ways to address this, I'll comment more when I have more details on what you are doing. So glad you are looking for answers!
Thanks fr the help and input. I use to doing Kegel exercises--NEVER worked and DON'T work for me (still having the same issues at hand). Therefore, I know I need to seek other options. I've already talked to my doctor about. She is working on someone for me to see.By the way, I been looked over that topic you mentioned--I have those systems--been having for a decade now. So, now, I just have to wait and see.
If you have multiple symptoms I am really glad you have a consult booked. It is typical for women to have more than one type of POP-a urogynecologist will fix them all at the same time. Once you get a definitive diagnosis from a urogyn of types you have, degree of severity, you will be guided with choices of non-surgical or surgical choices depending on your needs and procedures your physician utilizes.
Excuse my typo: I said systems..lol! I meant symptoms--correct word! Yes, I can't wait and see. But, I will keep you posted!
I knew what you meant, we all do the typo thing. :)
Yes please keep me in the loop, shoot your questions over as well once you get a definitive dx.