Objective: To establish the prevalence of voiding symptoms in CPP patients. Study design: Sixty women with chronic pelvic pain (CPP), aged 23-79 (mean: 48) years completed a questionnaire mainly addressing lower abdominal pain and voiding symptoms. Symptoms occurring often, almost always, or always for more than 6 months were considered present and serious. A group of 31 consecutive cases of non-CPP women aged 18-77 (mean: 49) years were selected to serve as controls. Results: The following symptoms were found in the CPP group: incontinence: 43%; inadequate voluntary control of the urethral sphincter: 50%; inability to postpone: 37%; urge: 37%; nocturia ≥2x: 18%; dysuria: 12%; cystitis: 37%; urge-induced pain: 20%; pain-induced urge: 18%; strain to initiate voiding: 6%; strain to continue voiding: 17%; incomplete voiding: 37%. Two or more voiding symptoms were present in 63% of the CPP group. All urinary symptoms were more often present in the CPP group than in the controls. Conclusion: A substantial subgroup of CPP patients has voiding symptoms.