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    Sorry I don't no much about prolapse of vaginal walls, I have only heard of uterus/cervix prolapse. Hopefully you find out what it is

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    You can get a uterine/cervical prolapse, a cystocele prolapse or a rectocele prolapse or a combination of 2 or all 3.
    Hormones associated with ovulation and menstruation can exacerbate symptoms at ovulation/menstruation.
    You can see a women's health physio and a gynecologist to look at ways to ease symptoms.
    Current treatments are correct performance of pelvic floor exercises and in most cases this alone is enough to improve prolapses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    You can get a uterine/cervical prolapse, a cystocele prolapse or a rectocele prolapse or a combination of 2 or all 3.
    Hormones associated with ovulation and menstruation can exacerbate symptoms at ovulation/menstruation.
    You can see a women's health physio and a gynecologist to look at ways to ease symptoms.
    Current treatments are correct performance of pelvic floor exercises and in most cases this alone is enough to improve prolapses.

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    Awesome! Thank you so much for the info

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    I have a bladder and uterine prolapse.

    At that time of the month it's worse, everything is down low and I get that dragging feeling, and my cervix drops down to about 2cm inside the entrance to my vagina.

    Also if I've been standing a lot my bladder prolapse feels worse.

    Mine are moderate to severe and will need surgery to correct. If it's just mild you may benefit from certain exercises, hormone creams or pessary rings. I would go and see a gyno so they can assess the severity of your prolapse and give you an action plan.
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    Forgot to mention that I suffer a rectocele too which is the back wall bulging in to the vagina, especially more noticeable with a BM sitting there too (tmi). Perhaps yours is similar as well. A physio will help you with some correct exercises to strengthen the muscles back up.

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    Thank you ladies. The information is greatly appreciated


 

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