I had bladder prolapse with stress incontinence starting around age 52 (from childbirth, the doc said). I was already pretty primal, and I added in the kegel exercises with no improvement. When I was 54 (a year and a half ago) I had the TVT surgery, and it was the best thing I ever did! No lifting for one month after the surgery, but then my doc allowed me to gradually return to my usual schedule. I haven't had a single problem since then, and my deadlift 1RM is 1.5 times my bodyweight. ((Not terribly impressive, but it's heavy to me!)
I've been lucky that I've never had a UTI/bladder infection, nor have my daughters, but from what I've heard from others, it's incredibly painful and (also mentally) stressful. My sympathies are with you. Depending on which organ is prolapsing, you might find that surgery is a big relief.
You make your choices, and you live with them. In the end, you are those choices.
"Strength is the mental and physical fortitude to endure, resilience to bounce back, and force to create change, allowing you to thrive in any circumstance and through any adversity." TrPAssassin