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Ok, so since my son was born 5 years ago I've had a leaky bladder, when I cough, sneeze, and now, sometimes it just leaks inbetween. I've put it down to child birth, and poor pelvic floor muscles. I've always had a weak bladder as in I wee a LOT.
since my daughter was born 2 years ago, I have had issues with poo. If the poo is slightly hard, it gets stuck in my vaginal wall, and I literally have to put my fingers into my vagina and push the vahinal wall where the poo is in order for it to come out. This has become more frequent recently. So I went to the GP this morning who said I had a "bulge" but I don't know if he meant bladder or bowel/front or back.
i can't feel the bulge in normal daily life. So I thought I'd have a look, and I can see a bulge (not massive) but I don't need to look hard it's noticeable right away, under my urethra and runs back about 2cm. Is this a bladder prolapse or is this what a normal vahinal looks like after 2 kids? When I push, literally it looks like the inside of my whole vagina is bulging to the front, looks a bit red and wrinkled. It's not hanging out tho, and without pushing it doesn't bulge to the front.
so is what I am describing a prolapse? The doc referred me to a gynaecologist so I am now waiting. Im wondering if it's likely I will need surgery with what I have described above.
pan extremely embarrassed jojo
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