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Unread 10-29-2002, 11:58 AM
15 wks, feel like vaginal cuff is falling out

I have a lot of pressure at my vaginal opening. It feels like my vaginal cuff is there, but it isn't.

Yesterday I had aching in the cuff. In the wee hours of this morning, I felt like I had a really full bladder, but only a little trickle came out.

I had 3 days of almost no pelvic pain, and now this. I know other sisters have had similar sensations in the vagina. I hope this is just feeling coming back or something non problematic.

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Unread 10-29-2002, 02:15 PM
15 wks, feel like vaginal cuff is falling out

Hi punkie,

I remember for quite a while I would experience little twinges of feeling (not exactly pain, but weird) where my cervix used to be--sometimes after exercise or doing Kegels(?!). My vagina does feel differently now--I think I had some prolapse before the surgery--and at one point I even returned to the doc to get it checked out. I was rather embarrassed because everything was fine, but the doc did check and reassure me that all the pelvic support was great. So I wouldn't hesitate to go back to your doc if you sense that something isn't right. There is a higher incidence of various prolapses following hysterectomy, or so I have read.

I hope you are OK.

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