@konniehoover@lisalucier I have been diagnosed as having a rectocele by a urogynecologist and a pelvic floor physical therapist. I actually saw the doctor for urinary incontinence, and that was discovered. Initially, I thought the rectocele was causing problems but now I am not too sure. I do not have constipation, I am the opposite. It does seem as if some feces may get caught in the rectocele and seep out later. When that is happening I do not go to my morning water aerobic classes, for obvious reasons. I have not felt pain or pressure from my problem.
My regular PCP and gynecologist know about my urinary incontinence but I have not had occasion to speak to them about the other and do not intend to. I realize they get reports from the urogynecologist but if they don't bring it up I won't either. I figure the specialist is dealing with it, and no need to involve them. Frankly, I find it embarrassing and uncomfortable. I asked my physical therapist about prolapse and I do not have that at all.
I hope the solutions to your problem are not too invasive, I will be interested in hearing what is said.