Urinary Stress Incontinence: accidental or involuntary loss of urine sometimes with a cough, sneeze, activity or playing sport.
Urinary Urge Incontinence: Urinary urgency is when there is a sudden and compelling desire to pass urine, which is difficult to defer or put off.
Urinary frequency: is the complaint where by a person feels they void or go to the toilet too often.
Nocturia: when you need to wake up in the night to urinate
Post Micturition Dribble: refers to the loss of a small amount of urine after emptying your bladder.
Bowel Dysfunction: functional constipation, dyssynergic defecation, gas and faecal incontinence, anal fissures, haemorrhoids and rectal prolapse.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED): including difficulty gaining or maintaining an erection
Pelvic Floor Muscle: weakness or overactivity
Coccyx or tailbone pain: fractures, dislocations and coccydynia
Pelvic Pain: including penile, urethral, testicular, perineum pain, pudendal neuralgia or entrapment. Pelvic pain may also involve pain with sex or ejaculation. Chronic proctalgia, proctalgia fugax, dysuria and prostatitis.