The case of a 72-year-old, multiparous, postmenopausal woman is presented herein. Her past
history included numerous pregnancies resulting in births, uterine prolapse, pessary use, and
transurethral bladder eversion. Urethral remodeling, colporrhaphy, and cystopexy were performed.
The exact mechanisms by which bladder eversion occurs have yet to be established. Management
is heterogeneous due to the lack of reported cases and results tend to be variable.