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15-09-2014 19:08 #11
Last edited by Mmumm; 17-09-2014 at 06:36.
15-09-2014 19:41 #12
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
15-09-2014 20:02 #13
You're not alone
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. )
15-09-2014 21:11 #14
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.
15-09-2014 21:28 #15Senior Member
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Ive had/have one too but good physio has helped fix it
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15-09-2014 21:33 #16
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
Last edited by Kazza78; 15-09-2014 at 21:36.
15-09-2014 21:35 #17
In the mean time you could work on your pelvic floor incase it's that that's causing the heaviness
16-09-2014 06:39 #18
Have you had vaginal prolapse ?
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Last edited by Mmumm; 27-06-2016 at 13:35.
17-09-2014 17:20 #19
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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