Our expert says:
I doubt that the fall had anything to do with it. If you had the Burch procedure before, it means that you are prone to prolapse, which you have again. The operation would involve something similar to the Burch procedure. Sometimes it is done totally vaginally and sometimes from the abdomen as well. The person doing the procedure would have to decide what is best in your situation. This is not life threatening, so you do not need to have surgery unless you have symptoms. Your bladder and leg pain could be due to this. However, other causes such as infections should be excluded.
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