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    What do you want to know? I've got a minor one, I'm doing exercises, and have follow up appointment next week. I've been told surgery is an option once my kids are done. I had trouble getting a pap, s3x can hurt in some positions, feel heavy done there during certain times if month but isn't too bad atm. I've had to have dr go internally to check stuff

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    I have a rectocele which, as mentioned, is a bit different. It was caused during labour with dd nearly 14 months ago and I've only just noticed a slight improvement. (Moral of my story: don't push just because middies tell you to- wait for your body to do it. Also, don't push for over 2 hours with every contraction just because you've been told to. )

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    Thanks everyone, I'll read those other threads when I get a chance. How do you all know exactly how severe it is though? I don't have any pain but it's uncomfortable, I can feel the pressure and... Well maybe it's best not to overshare ha ha.

    My gp drew me a diagram which indicated the front wall and back wall were both affected, and the cervix has dropped down too. I don't know how bad it is, I guess I need to see the gynae but my appointment isn't for two months. I might see if I can get into someone a bit sooner than that.

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    Ive had/have one too but good physio has helped fix it

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    When you see your gyne they will give you a score of what level it is.
    Have you had a bub recently?
    Usually they say it's not a prolapse unless it's out or level with opening, but mins is only the bladder so I don't kno about uterus/cervix
    The heaviness could also be pelvic floor not the bulge.
    When I have ewcm it's the only time I feel it in there. When cm is creamy/sticky it's fine
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    In the mean time you could work on your pelvic floor incase it's that that's causing the heaviness

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    I'm sorry I haven't got back to this thread, I have an exam tomorrow so I've been focusing on that. I'll get a chance to read all your replies properly once it's out of the way but thanks everyone for taking the time to reply. Oh and I managed to get an appt with another gynae in 2 weeks time yayyy

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    Quote Originally Posted by CitrusRain View Post
    Bump.

    Don't worry! You're not alone! There are quite a few on here who do! I have a rectocele which is a bit different but it seems to be getting better as time goes by.

    Most times with a vag. prolapse you'll get sent to a women's physio and they'll get a bit up close and personal to teach you how to do some exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor. Most people find physio (and sometimes a special cream, estrogen I think???) helps a lot. Your OB/gyn will tell you all that though.
    So whats the difference between a rectocele and a prolapse? Isn't a rectocele just a prolapse of the back wall? I'm so confused!


 

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