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What are the major presenting symptoms of cystocele?

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Dr. Michael Hulse
Gynecology
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In brief: It varies.

Many times a cystocele is asymptomatic.
When there are symptoms the most common are a mass bulging into or through the vaginal opening, pelvic pressure or discomfort, and a variety of bladder symptoms.

In brief: It varies.

Many times a cystocele is asymptomatic.
When there are symptoms the most common are a mass bulging into or through the vaginal opening, pelvic pressure or discomfort, and a variety of bladder symptoms.
Dr. Michael Hulse
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Dr. Anne Wiskind
Gynecology
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In brief: Vaginal bulging

A cystocele is a type of pelvic organ prolapse which can cause symptoms of vaginal pressure and fullness.
In some cases, you can actually see the vaginal wall bulging through the opening of the vagina. A cystocele may also be associated with bladder symptoms such as urgency, frequency, leakage, and difficulty emptying the bladder. If you are having any of these symptoms, see your gynecologist

In brief: Vaginal bulging

A cystocele is a type of pelvic organ prolapse which can cause symptoms of vaginal pressure and fullness.
In some cases, you can actually see the vaginal wall bulging through the opening of the vagina. A cystocele may also be associated with bladder symptoms such as urgency, frequency, leakage, and difficulty emptying the bladder. If you are having any of these symptoms, see your gynecologist
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