I was doing some 'gardening' shall we say (it is what it is) using a mirror because the bump is in the way and I notice there is a massive bulge pushing out my v.agina. There was also a lot of mucus and stuff up the sides and it was quite a mess. I've been down there with a mirror at this stage with both my previous pregnancies and never saw such a bulge. I don't know what it is.
A quick google scared me as the word 'prolapse' came up around images that slightly resembled what I'm seeing. It can't be the head or waters or anything but could they be pushing other things down and that's what I'm seeing?
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05-07-2012 13:44 #1
TMI bulging swollen bits
05-07-2012 14:07 #2
I was swollen, but no bulge. I'd be heading to the Dr I think. Hope it's nothing major.
05-07-2012 14:13 #3
05-07-2012 14:13 #4
A friend of mine had a prolapsed bladder and was in constant pain, but I don't think that is always the case. I think a trip to the GP is in order!
05-07-2012 14:16 #5
It sounds like a prolapse.
Stand up with your leg on the toilet or a stool and use a mirror to check. It can look like a "cherry" or a bulge.
If it is a prolapse don't panic or worry. It's very common and most are easily treated with doing your pelvic floor muscle exercises.
But I would also go to the doctor. See what he/she says.
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