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    Default Prolapse during ovulation

    Does anyone get this? I seem to be having prolapse symptoms when I ovulate. I can feel the heaviness, tenderness, I can feel a small "bulge" and I can just make it out with a mirror.

    It's not causing me any concern really, but wondering if it should be checked? It seems to be only when I ovulate?!

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    Wow uncanny that you wrote this. Just tonight I could feel my cervix almost bulging out when I removed my menstrual cup (I get so much EWCM that I prefer to use a cup). I know for a fact that I have a slight prolapse but I have a short cervix/vagina so it's no surprise that things feel lower than what they should. I'll worry about it more after I'm done with kids though.

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    Normally my vagina feels fine. The cervix is in the correct position, it's the vaginal wall bulging. Weird! I'll ask the gp next time I see her

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblu11 View Post
    Normally my vagina feels fine. The cervix is in the correct position, it's the vaginal wall bulging. Weird! I'll ask the gp next time I see her
    Google 'bladder cystocele'....sounds a bit like that. I think I've got that, where the bladder pushes onto the vaginal wall. I suspect that birthing two 9-10 pounders did it for me (plus DD's was a quick birth, she practically fell out of me with a 6 minute phase 2).

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    I used to experience this but once I recommenced my physio set pelvic floor exercises religiously everyday its stopped

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Google 'bladder cystocele'....sounds a bit like that. I think I've got that, where the bladder pushes onto the vaginal wall. I suspect that birthing two 9-10 pounders did it for me (plus DD's was a quick birth, she practically fell out of me with a 6 minute phase 2).
    I just googled it and I don't think that's what I've got as it's the back wall of the vagina. It's very soft and can easily be pushed back in. I wonder if it can be from BDing? Like it's over stimulated and swollen/loosen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    I used to experience this but once I recommenced my physio set pelvic floor exercises religiously everyday its stopped

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    I immediately started working on my pelvic floor when I found the problem!

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    How high up is your cervix when ovulating? A whole finger length? Maybe it just exposing something that is there all along and just after ovulating when cervix drops a lot lower its hidden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    How high up is your cervix when ovulating? A whole finger length? Maybe it just exposing something that is there all along and just after ovulating when cervix drops a lot lower its hidden?
    Yes a whole finger length. That's quite possible. I vaguely remember something similar happening a while ago but never thought much of it, and didn't know anything about prolapse then either. It went away on its own. I have feeling it's something to do with ovulation due to the timing.


 

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