There is one organ of the body which is virtually bound to cause problems to everyone at some point in their lives, as likely when young as old. Problems with this, the largest organ of our bodies, can cause embarrassment, pain, disability and death to all ages, and account for 1 in 5 of all GP appointments. In fact over 720,000 people visit their GP in Wales each year with problems with this organ. It's almost inevitable it will, at the very least, cause each of us some discomfort this year. Yet across the UK it attracts little attention or priority, funding and minimal training for medical students or those working in the medical professions.