The scan will show pelvic floor problems such as prolapse of the bladder, uterus, rectum and bowel. In addition, it will show if there has been previous damage to the pelvic floor muscles and/or anal canal during childbirth. If you previously had ‘mesh implants’ or a sling inserted, these may also be seen on the scan. Other findings that can be seen include incomplete emptying of the bladder, proper functioning of the pelvic floor during muscle contraction, and complex problems of the back passage such as a prolapse of the vaginal back wall (rectocele) or rectal intussusception (when the rectum telescopes on itself). These findings will assist your doctor with planning appropriate treatment.