A collapsed urinary bladder occurs in women when the bladder collapses into the vagina, states WebMD. The condition is also known as a 'prolapsed bladder' or 'cystocele.' More »

An advanced uterine or bladder prolapse may cause discomfort, pressure, urine leakage, frequent urination, moist discharge or urinary tract infections, according to Drugs.com. Mild cases, however, do not usually cause sy... More »

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Symptoms of a tumor in the bladder include blood in urine, painful urination, frequent urination, back pain and pelvic pain, according to Mayo Clinic. The patient may also feel the urge to urinate but be unable to pass u... More »

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A hernia of the ureter, which is the tube connecting the kidney and the urinary bladder, is called a ureterocele. This hernia develops when the ureter isn't wide enough to allow normal urine flow. A ureterocele usually d... More »

Most women with a prolapsed bladder first notice some tissue in the vagina that many say feels like a ball, according to WebMD. Other symptoms include feeling like the bladder doesn't completely empty, pelvic pain, low b... More »

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For women and men, an increased urinary frequency can be caused by diabetes, interstitial cystitis, diuretics and urinary tract infections, states WebMD. A decreased frequency in urination is linked to dehydration, urina... More »

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The urinary bladder is a hollow muscular organ that stores urine. It is situated in the pelvis and is approximately the size and shape of a pear when empty, notes WebMD. The bladder expands to varying sizes depending on ... More »

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