Is this a prolapse?

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My partner just recently mentioned i look different down south, my opening looks stretched vertically and tissue protruding downward and from the bottom of the vaginal wall. I am 27 and have had 2 children vaginally. I am currently 4 months post-partem. I plan to see my OBGYN, but does this look like a cystocele (bladder prolapse) AND a rectocele (rectal prolapse) I did have severe constipation throughout my pregnancy. I am so embarrassed and feel completely unsexy. Will my opening ever go back to normal? Is this temporary from recently giving birth or what my vagina will look like now?File size is too bigFile size is too bigFile size is too big

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    iv had ,4 children things do change down there im not going to lie lol most likely what u have is normal but it wouldnt hurt to see your doctor just incase

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    Good morning.

    Tell your partner things to change. Ask him if he had 2 kids what would his lower half look like. When I was married I loved my wife the way she was. We had 3 children together.

    After we got married she got pregnant the first time in November she miscarried in April two weeks later she was suppose to have a DNC but couldn't she was pregnant again. Our daughter was born December 17, 1981. She also gained 100 pounds. She went from a 8 - 10 to a size 22. I still loved her for what she went through. The other 2 were much better 15 pounds tops.

    Some men do not know or care what a women's body goes through just as long as they get there's

    We were married 22 years. Times change but I have my kids and my grand kids. I would not change a thing Time goes on.

    All my best......Ken

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