Early pregnancy prolapse?

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hello i have been really hungry and sleepy lately. Im not sure if i am pregnant but he did it on december 20th and now i have this and other pregnancy symptoms. took a test week or two ago maybe it was to early. DOES this look like uterine prolapse due to pregnancy?image

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    u wouldnt prolapse at such an early stage if u was pregnant what u have is most likely something normal

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      it would be bulging right out of the opening if it was an when i mean right out like right out u should go see your doctor have them do a pregnancy test an let them take a look at wats going on it may just be your vaginal wall they can loose elasticity

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      thank you for taking the time out of your day! i have an appointment coming up! I was thinking that too i been researching all day. but most likely due to pregnancy that would happen? my stomach feels heavier as well. sorry just really anxious to know anything so i can relieve some stress until appointment

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      it would depend on how far along u was i know in the early months baby is tiny like a grain of rice iv had 4 children and never had a prolapse of any kind the vaginal walls can loose the elasticity over time im not 100% saying that is wat it is but it would be an explanation the best thing u can do is go to your appointment it may actually be nothing at all

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      It looks like puckered lips like the cervix on closer looking it could be its prolapsed a bit and not a total prolapse as would be hanging out the vagina hard to say ideally go to the appointment and see wats going on i dont think it would be related to early pregnancy tho as baby would be to small to cause that to happen

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