A&P Repair 7 weeks on

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Hi, I thought my prolapse had come back since I could see what looked like a small bulge in my vagina. I had my check with consultant at 7 weeks she said all was well and what I was seeing was "loose vaginak tissue" that had just healed that way.

It looks and feels like my old prolapse? Should I get a second opinion or is that a common thing? Help ladies please.

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    Hi, all i can tell you is what harm will it do if you do get a second opinion? Nothing but peace of mind. Go get that second opinion. 

    Just recently due to prolapse issues I finally got a second opinion on a shocking vagina repair following a forceps delivery and 20+ stitches, my Gyno told me normal and nothing could be done. My Urogyno siad I should have had it fixed years ago !! Might have even stopped my prolapse. I cannot tell you number of times I thought about geting another opinion over the last 30 years, instead I just thought she must know her stuff and so put up with painful and uncomfotanble sex for all those years. Good Luck and let us know how you go.

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    Personally I would wait and let the healing to fully take place 
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      Hi, thank you for your comments, is it common to have this type of loose skin after surgery? 

       

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      I think it does happen with some ladies. I rarely saw women in the 'outpatient stage' but I can understand how it happens.
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    Hi, I had only anterior wall repair, but I have a bulge as well, my Gyn saw me at 4 weeks and said anterior wall heal well posterior wall needs to be repair, but I already suspect that because Gyn told me that after op.

    Before shes seen me she said everything is during healing process, so I shoudnt be worry about bulge. Maybe you just wait and see, but I understand you worry, so go and get a second opinion. Good luck.

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