Cystocele, rectocele and tailbone discomfort

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To date for the last nine months it’s so uncomfortable sitting with the prolapses.  I have to sit on one cheek so to speak because my tailbone feels so sensitive. It feels like there is no longer any padding and that I almost sitting on the bone.

Is this connected to prolapses or something different.

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    I have t had a repair yet.. this is a symptom that developed about nine months ago and I have to spend a lot of time laying down as the pressure on my rear end is really uncomfortable.

    Have seen several doctors and consultants but no answers.

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      Internal healing pain is very trickery. The surgery take place in your vagina but the pain is around rectum and tailbone...
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    Hi Taff

    Gee That sound awful!

    To determine the extent of the surgery I required, I had a 3D and 4D ultrasound lying down and standing up I am wondering whether this might be useful to give you more information or even a lower back X-ray. 

    My prolapses just made me feel like everything was heavily dragging down. With so much ache and fatigue. I was also uncomfortable sitting and always went for the sofa to be more horizontal. I didn’t experience what you describe but sounds like it needs to be explored  further unless your doctor has a good explanation.

    Keep persisting ...,is it related to prolapses or is it something separate from?

    Peta

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