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Hard smooth lump inside vagina, constipation, virgin, not sexually active. Due to prolapse?

Hello, I have a hard smooth bump on the inside of my vagina about 4 inches in. I have also had constipation problems for several years. It is not slow transit, it is all there, but it won t come out; I have to help it out, all rather unpleasent. I think it might be some kind of prolapse because I can feel the faecel matter through the vaginal wall, sinking into it. I am a virgin . Do you have any advice? Should I make an appointment to see my GP?
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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hi,
this is a picture of O.D.S. (obstructed defecation syndrome).
please get MRI-defecography done to find out if the rectal wall has developed an out-pouching (rectocoele) or is sliding into itself(intusucception)
accordingly STARR surgery (stapled trans-anal resection rectopexy) would be required to solve your problem.
please get back with the above reports to decide the best mode of treatment for you
take care
wish you good health
Answered: Thu, 31 Oct 2013
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