Leakage associated with coughing, sneezing, jumping and exercising.
Leakage associated with increase urge to urinate which cannot be controlled.
Increased urges to urinate.
Umbrella term used for pelvic pain. Can be subdivided into the following subsection.
- Vestibulodynia – Pain at the entrance of vagina
- Vulvodynia – Pain at the superficial tissue of vulva
- Clitordynia–Pain at the clitoris
A disorder associated with a bulge at the vaginal level which can be accompanied with perineal pressure & heaviness feeling.
Pain in the pubic area with walking, stairs, getting in & out of bed. Commonly occur during the third trimester of pregnancy.
Pain in the pelvic area resulting due to appearance of endometrial tissue outside of uterus.
Pain before or during periods.
Involuntary leakage of fecal matter.
Pelvic pain associated with intercourse (insertion & thrusting).
Inability to have any penetration into the vagina.
Also known as painful bladder syndrome. Complex pain conditions which includes symptoms of pain, urinary frequency and urgency.
Pain in the distribution on pudendal nerve specifically in the rectum, vagina, perineum area.
A separation of rectus abdominus muscle during pregnancy. Can result in low back pain, prolapse and compromised core muscles.
Pain in the tailbone or coccyx area which increase with prolonged sitting.