8 wks tvh and front wall repairs.. Funny feeling when I sit down in front opening..help!!

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Hi ladies

I have been doing very well with my recovery,consultant told me at 6 wks check that all is brilliant and healing well. I still had some stitches at my check up. My question is when I go to sit down I feel a weird moving sensation in the front like something moving. Could itbe swelling,stitches,or urethra where the repair is. Anyone experienced this sensation ladies? I have no pain, or any other worries. I've started my pelvic floor a week ago may be it all needs tightening up. This is a repeat repair but have a different urogynacologist and he is so experienced, professor may I add so I have no doubt all is as it should be but scratching my head over this funny feeling. I look forward to any help.

Healing hugs to all you ladies new and oldx

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    Hi Welshgirl,

          She glad to hear you have had your surgery and all is going very well.

             Sorry, don't  remember any weird moving sensations but was thinking maybe just the stitches loosening off and your repair re-settling, just a thought. 

                     As you continue with your pelvic floor exercises you should eventually start to feel it all tighten up just above the the pelvic bone. 

                 Glad you found a good urogynocologist.

                                        Take care,

    Phyl x 👍💕


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      Thanks phyl.hope your well love. Its hard to describe really just feels when I sit I just feel urethra slightly or it may be stitches. Don't really known what is normal.💕💕

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      Yes I am very much on the ball. I'm going to wait till I'm 12 WK out asbit may be stitches healing.I had the all clear so not sure.its quite hard to describe but I'm sure its all fine.he is a professor so I definitely have no thoughts its anything he has done..

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