Although many women who have pelvic organ prolapse do not have symptoms, the most common and bothersome symptom is pressing of the uterus or other organs against the vaginal wall. The pressure on your vagina may cause minor discomfort or problems in how your pelvic organs work. Symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse include:
A feeling of pelvic pressure.
A feeling as if something is actually falling out of the vagina.
A pulling or stretching in the groin area or a low backache.
Spotting or bleeding from the vagina.
Urinary problems, such as involuntary release of urine (incontinence) or a frequent or urgent need to urinate, especially at night.