The hollow organ that stores urine and is located in the pelvis is known as the bladder. When a person needs to urinate, the bladder puts pressure, which makes a person feel the need to urinate. Urine travels through the bladder and out the urethra. When this organ falls, it will go into the vagina. This may cause issues with urination, and will cause pain, bleeding, and discomfort.
Information. The vagina’s front wall helps to support the bladder. Over time the wall can weekend and loosen with age. Childbirth can cause damage to the vaginal wall, making it weaker. In some cases, the vagina may weaken to where the bladder will prolapse coming down to the vagina. If the bladder prolapses, it may cause trouble with urination as well as pain and discomfort.