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Feeling of wide portion from vagina to rectum open after delivery, feel something coming out of vagina on squatting for long time. Advice?

i had my third baby on aug 13, 2012. After too much bleediing after 2 hours of my first delivery five years ago, my stiches ciuld not heal up. i was restiched in first two diliveries. i took all precautions but stll this time even after my third baby i am feeling that my body has not sticked. a wide part og my vigina towards rectum is open. whilw sitting on indian commode i feel somthing is coming out of my vigina if i sit longer. i am very worried plz suggest. my dr said it will heal up by doing some exercise
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Hallo
Thanks for your query.
From what you have narrated it is clear that you had a perinea l tear during first delivery.or Episiotomy that might have been done to deliver the head might have not healed.Now you have noticed what is called as prolapse of the ?rectum through the weakened portion of perineum.Pl consult the Gyenacologist to confirm this.And if it a rectocele (Prolapse of Rectum) then it has to be corrected by surgery only.
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