about my prolapse

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hi everyone i have got a baby 8 weeks ago such a nice delivery no problem at all

afetr my baby i havent feel any tired or anything so i statrted doing all the work lifting buggy everything finally end up with prolapse am so worried am just 28 ciuldnt sleep at all please help me what to do now my gynea app is tmrw i am helpless cant see my babies face even please help me give me some suggestion 

 

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    anyone had prolapse at this young age i really dont want to go for surgery

     

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      Subha you may not need to have surgery. Please try not to get so stressed before you have had a professional assessment . Hard I understand but it’s not good for you x
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    anyone had prolapse at this young age i really dont want to go for surgery

     

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    Hi Subha

    Has anyone confirmed you have a prolapse?

    It’s good you have a gynaecologist aooointnent as they we’ll be able to assess what problem you have and hopefully reassure you.

    Until then you will not know for sure but please try not to worry. Nothing is insurmountable. 

    Congratulations on the birth of your lovely baby. Concentrate on this for now.

    Please let us know how you get on tomorrow . Hugs 

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    Not sure what you mean by "can't see my baby's face even"? Also you have only done what all new Mothers must do when arriving home with a new baby, from then onwards. It's way more likely it was the delivery that caused the prolapse and everything has slowly been returning towards normal inside you, the prolapse had made itself known more and more. If you have a prolapse then you need referring to a Urogynaecologist to discuss repairing it. But wait until you see what tomorrow's appt. finds first. Then you can see a Urogynae to discuss your options. Was baby a big one?

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      the baby is small and my birth is so easy nothing difficulty started walking dancing straight way thats why i got it i cant forgive myself

      is it really difficult to live with prolapse as i dont want to go for op

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      Giving birth is an entirely natural, normal thing for females. So is commencing a normal life immediately doing everything you used to do and more, cause suddenly you are looking after a little person. I've never heard of any woman being restricted in life after delivering a baby in case they prolapse. It just isn't like that. I believe your problem is nothing to do with what you've done since finishing delivering baby. So stop being so hard on yourself. If it is a prolapse, then it was there already from the pregnancy & delivery. It's pretty unusual for a normal, easy, straight forward birth of a normal sized baby, to prolapse. Did you give birth very fast maybe? And what makes you think you've got a prolapse if you haven't been diagnosed by a Doctor yet? What are your symptoms? 

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      hi i got all prolapse symptoms constipation bulgey feeling down low back pain if i carry my baby too long

      ya i know prolapse wont happen easily but my case i have done so much lifting after baby born thats the reason may be, anyways my life is shattered with kids at athe age of 28 so worried

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      ya i am blaming myself am a energitic mum now i cant do much for my elder one.  even pickup drop up

      so i am feeling down

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      If you are constipated, then you just nailed what is wrong. You are maybe so busy with another child and a new baby that you aren't drinking enough or eating plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. Go to a Pharmacy & speak with Pharmacist to get some stool softener medication. Then look after yourself with drinking plenty and eating fresh fruit & veg 5+ per day. If you don't look after yourself then you are not going to be a great Mum to your kids. Constipation will have some similar symptoms to prolapse but I really have my doubts about your self diagnosis of prolapse. You just don't fit the criteria other than the fact you've given birth. If baby was born very fast without a lot of hard pushing then there is a bit of a chance. But a lot of us prolapsed slowly after giving birth to a big baby over 9lb. And the prolapse often doesn't become noticeable until peri-menopausal once our tissues inside loose more elasticity due to age and changed hormones. Your insides never return to what they were prior to being pregnant and birthing. Get the constipation sorted and you will probably find that was all the problem was. 

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      That should say "with" a lot of hard pushing (stupid predictive)!

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    hi everyone just went for gyne appointment she said i have all three prolapses bowel rectum utres dont knkow what to do please give me some hope at this young age how i am going to survive

    with two little ones

     

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      Oh dear me. Was your labour and delivery very fast. Hoping you don't want anymore kids. What grade prolapses? Now you need to next see Urogynaecologist as they are the pelvic floor Specialists and at your young age you need that sort of Specialist guidance as to how to manage your prolapses. 

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      Hi Subha

      I’m so sorry that you have confirmed prolapses. You will survive ! Do you have a oartber and any other family who can assist you ? If you have some support of family and friends you will deal with your recovery but you do have to be disciplined and careful afterwards.

      What you do have on your side is being young and fit and that os good for recovery too.

      Keep us updated. Sending you a hug 

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