Surgery, for prolapse bladder

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I had surgery 2 months ago for prolapse bladder, and vagina, now i feel a lump on the left side in my vagina, anyone else experience this? And has it failed

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    Hi Sandy

    I  am 6 week post op and have had similar surgery and a few more things.

    I can understand your concerns as we don't know what to expect and everyone has a different recovery journey.

    It is best to check in with your specialist he/she is invested in a good recovery for you. Not worth worrying when you can have professional assessment to allay your fears. 

    Wishing the best for you Sandy

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    Thanks, im going to make a appointment, she did say at my last appointment everything was good!! So maybe im paranoid!!
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      Im the same sandy, after first anterior failed early weeks im beside myself with panic.im 10 wks now and still wont look or touch.got a another check up in 2 wks to put mind at rest. Its so mentally taxing because tgese repairs dont last forever.. it all points to the recover,genetics, weight and lifestyle so all we csn do is be mindfull what we do to protect our surgery. Take care xx
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      Thank you, for the encouraging words,are you experiencing the same? Im so afraid to call the doctor....
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      Please call your consultant,its the only way for piece of mind. I don't have a bulge just a sensation in front.. I'm off to see my professor at 12 wks post up tvh and anterior repair. I'm sure I'm still healing though as I've had a lot done. Please don't worry unnecessary hun.x

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