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    Yup, you'll need a referral from the gp to see the gyne. It will cost some but you will be able to claim some of it on medicare. Good luck

    Guess what... i just thought, i need to wee. Then i felt the urge to sneeze. OH NO...Nope nothing, i didnt pee myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by loislane2010 View Post
    Yup, you'll need a referral from the gp to see the gyne. It will cost some but you will be able to claim some of it on medicare. Good luck

    Guess what... i just thought, i need to wee. Then i felt the urge to sneeze. OH NO...Nope nothing, i didnt pee myself
    Oh, that is AWESOME! One thing that I particularly hate is that when my DP and I DTD and I'm on top, occasionally a bit of wee gets out. So embarrassing
    I'm so keen to get it fixed.

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    I think I have one ( feels like I have a tampon inserted incorrectly) and saw a slight bulge that I could push when I checked it out. Off the physio next week. Thing is I have been doing pelvic floor

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    I thought I was doing the right exercises too but after seeing a specialist Physio I have realized I wasn't doing them properly!! Seeing a much bigger improvement now and almost ready to head back to aerobics! She also explained that the muscles can be a bit relaxed whilst breast feeding! I've just weaned DD2 at 13 months so hoping for some improvement there too!

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    Oh I forgot all about this thread! I'm SO glad to hear that you are seeing physios girls. I have to say, my physio is AMAZING! She has pushed me so that I can hold a pelvic squeeze for 60 seconds while marching on the spot!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Searched and found this thread. I've a few questions if that's ok.
    I've had 2 VBs. 1st was forceps and episiotomy but I had no issues post that.
    2nd had episiotomy after pushing for forever and DS came out forehead first with massive black bruising over his head. Needless to say I wasn't a good sight down there either. I've been seeing a physio for 6 months and doing electro stimulation for the last 3 months. I feel like its improving but it's not great and have to wear liners or pads daily and cant push myself past walking exercise wise.
    i went to GP yest for papsmear and referral for mirena. She couldn't do smear as she said I have a prolapse and couldn't get to cervix?!? Has now referred me to a urogyno.

    Anyone have experience with what the next step would be.
    Thanks

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    Your gyne will probably recommend a sling (see previous posts by me) if its a bladder prolapse. Possibly a mesh if it uterine.

    I cant praise the surgery enough. At the age of 28 to be peeing myself every time i sneezed, ran, laughed and sometimes even walked i knew something was wrong.
    3 months on and i can jump on the trampoline without peeing myself

    One thing to consider though is if you want more children (i was done so it wasnt an issue). If you do what more children you will have to have a c-section and labour and birth will break the sling/mesh. If you are wanting more children id recommend waiting til after.

    Best thing i ever did. I feel like if got my life back.

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    Hi all, I know it's been a few weeks since anyone posted.
    Im 10weeks post delivery and at around 6weeks noticed the bladder prolapse I had been so concerned with stitches healing and bleeding etc I didn't even realize.
    I have had docs confirmation that I was right with the prolapse, says to just do exercises as I'm 23 and was my first bub. (Big baby, long pushing time and vacuum extraction)
    im going to look into the kegal 8 after I write this because that sounds great.
    I was wondering tho, I'm a single mum and haven't had sex since becoming pregnant. My question is, does it hurt? Does the guy notice?
    Im not planning anytime soon and I'm sure I will avoid being physical at any cost. I just feel that maybe my life is over in a way?
    i was insecure enough having sex as it was let alone with a half broken vagina
    any thoughts or experiences would be great as I'm not sure who else to ask.
    Sorry again

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    Hiya JessKate, not sure about other ladies, and depending on the type and degree of ur prolapse re sex. Mine is considered minor - and hubby swears he can't feel it (either way - iykwim). I think it feels more 'snug' during sex, def not hurting - although I have been drier tho thanks to bf'ing. I'm feeling better about myself since I've realised all else is getting back to 'normal', but scared what'll happen when I'm pregnant/give birth with second bub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesskate View Post
    Hi all, I know it's been a few weeks since anyone posted.
    Im 10weeks post delivery and at around 6weeks noticed the bladder prolapse I had been so concerned with stitches healing and bleeding etc I didn't even realize.
    I have had docs confirmation that I was right with the prolapse, says to just do exercises as I'm 23 and was my first bub. (Big baby, long pushing time and vacuum extraction)
    im going to look into the kegal 8 after I write this because that sounds great.
    I was wondering tho, I'm a single mum and haven't had sex since becoming pregnant. My question is, does it hurt? Does the guy notice?
    Im not planning anytime soon and I'm sure I will avoid being physical at any cost. I just feel that maybe my life is over in a way?
    i was insecure enough having sex as it was let alone with a half broken vagina
    any thoughts or experiences would be great as I'm not sure who else to ask.
    Sorry again
    I've got a bladder prolapse (aka cystocele) that happened during my first birth nearly 7 years ago. Sex feels the same and DP (have been with him 6 months) says he can't feel it at all, and that there's no problem as far as he's concerned. Now that I've finished having kids (I've got 2), I'm going to go to get a referral to a gyno and see what can be done about mine. Not sure what they'll suggest, will have to wait and see.

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