Is this normal or of serious concern or reasoning for this please?

I'm a mother of 2 and in between had 2 miscarriages. My last and 3rd was of twins at 20 weeks and 3 days due to womb rupture. Two months later I suffered hormonal imbalance and sever hi bp. In on the two month vaccine contraceptive now. Certain times I notice the inside chunk of me pushes downward and almost protrudes out of my vagina and is sometimes uncomfortable and sore. Is this normal or something serious to worry about?

Doctor Answers 6

Soreness with protrusion

Sorry for your dilemmas. The "chunk of you" could be hernia of bladder, rectal side of vagina, cervix, or all three. Of these, the cervix is the one that hurts, so probably it is prolapsing. With your history, it will get worse over time. Yes, it is important but not serious today. You may need to have it removed and the hernia repaired sometime. See your OBGYN.

Potential for Vaginoplasty

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Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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You need to see your gynecologist

Prolapse can give the symptoms you describe, but other conditions can give a similar effect. Any gynecologist with experience will be able to assess you.

Prolapse

Dear Ms NSKIt certainly sounds as though you might have prolapse.  Prolapse simply means lack of support and their might be a lack of support of the uterus ( uterine prolapse), bladder ( cystocele), rectum ( rectocele), urethra ( urethrocele) etc.........   The best person to evaluate you is NOT a plastic surgeon but instead a person who specializes in vaginal prolapse and this is usually a a gynecologist or urogynecologist.   Please choose your surgeon wisely and choose more than one person for an evaluation. 
John  R Miklos MD
Urogynecologist & Cosmetic Vaginal Surgeon
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills  ~ Dubai

Vaginoplasty

Hello it is quite possible that what you're feeling a rectocistoceles thank God you are corrected with surgery vaginoplasty + female genital beautification.  and thanks for your question.

Miriam Luciano, MD
Dominican Republic OB/GYN
4.5 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

You need an in-person evaluation by a skilled Gyn or "UroGyn..!

The ONLY way you can get a serious answer to your question(s) is a skilled gynecologist or urogynecologist. Both can surgically manage these "prolapses/hernias" from the vagina. However, if you wish an aesthetic surgery that also tightens the vagina and takes your sexuality into account, make certain that your surgeon is adept at "vaginoplasty" and "perineoplasy"  in addition to fixing your prolapses... See weblink below for details...
Best wishes,
Michael P Goodman, MD

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