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Changing gs spot, spongy and bigger. Vagina falling out? Any ideas?

My gspot is changing, it's sitting lower ( closer to the entrance to my vagina and it's more spongy and bigger ....when I'm sitting on the toilet and put my fingers inside like its about to pop out of me, I can actually push it back in deeper into my cagina. What's going on!!!!! I'm tripping. Is my vagina falling out????????
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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If you can feel the cervix lower than usual, the possibilities are that your vaginal walls may be getting weaker leading to prolapse of the uterus. It may present as palpation of the bladder as a cystocele, projection of the rectum into the vagina as a rectocele or descent of the cervix and the uterus into the vagina as prolapse. You should see a gynecologist for a complete assessment of the situation and further management. Early stages could be corrected with exercise while at later stages, surgery would be needed. Hope your query is answered.
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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