Pelvic organ prolapse

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can someone tell me if this is a prolapse? and what type? image

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    it look liked a rectocele as well as a cystocele. Does it feels like a ballon at the bottom?

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      you might not have a cystocele, it just might look like that because rectum is pushing it up. I Know its a rectocele for sure. The is not all bad but ensure that you do no heavy lifting after tge surgery just rest.

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    rectocele and cystocele. both stage 3, i think.

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      not necessarily. you may tolerate a pessary. they may try you out with a ring pessary with support first (because you can put it in and tale it out on your own), but your prolapse might be too severe for that. there are other pessary options for stage 3 but you may not be able to put it in and take it out yourself (so you would need to commit to going to the obgyn regularly). You should talk to your doctor. GOOD LUCK!

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    I am not a doctor or nurse but my bladder prolapse looks exactly like this and I am having my operation tomorrow-please get checked by GP

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    I'd definitely say bladder prolapse but not sure if its rectocele.

    I'd make an appointment be revered to a Urogynacologist.

    These really do suck for us women.x

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    Do you have problems going for a poo?Rectoceley definitely will cause bowel problems due to rectum linking.

    This causes the waste inside to cause a pocket which cause the bulge in vagina.

    Your urogynacologist will know straight away hun.x

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