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    I did the tampon trick at first it didn't go in but at 12w pp went in.
    I agree op you can have gp have another look and if it's bothering you (aching or dtd? Then surgery may be the best option

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    Oh and I do 40 pelvic floors a day 10secs and standing up

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    I have it. My dr said I will never fix it but referred me to physio to prevent it getting worse. At this stage I wont need surgery but she said its highly likely I will need to in the future.

    I have a bulge about the size of a golfball where it has actually fallen outside my body. It gets worse when I am coming up to af. Its uncomfortable as I can feel it (feels like a watermelon between my legs) and if I am standing up for too long it gets really sore. But normally its not painful. And it hasnt really interfered with s3x or anything. I cant wear tampons any more though.

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    Yes lil miss. I got told the exercises will keep it at bay and possibly get worse after menopause

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    Oh lillmiss you poor thing, I don't know how you put up with it actually falling outside? x

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    Lilmiss I would have thought having it come out definently warrants surgery surely?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmumm View Post
    Oh lillmiss you poor thing, I don't know how you put up with it actually falling outside? x
    I think ive just gotten used to it. Its been a gradual thing ovee the last few years having kids, getting a bit worse with each one. Definitely uncomfortable at times but yeah guess im just used to it now.

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    Lil miss do you know why they say you don't need surgery?

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    I know they wait until 12 months after you have completed family though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Lil miss do you know why they say you don't need surgery?
    In her opinion its not severe enough (yet) as it doesnt affect my daily life. And I told her we had plans for one more baby (I saw her before falling pregnant with dd4).

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