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Will the fleshy thing coming out of the vagina after accidentally putting toothbrush make me infertile ?

something came out my vagina im wondering could it make me not have kids. hi i stuck a toothbrush in my vagina when i was 11 and right after i went to the bathroom and peed an something kind of little pink thing came out my vagina it was kind of meaty like a little peice of meat..what could it be im wondering could that make me infertile
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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Read your prob, this is nothing but prolapse uterus. in such type of condition utrrus or some part of uterus comes out from vagina, ude to loose attachment of it in abdomen. it will be infected, you should grt one sonography ,discuss it with your doc start proper treatment, it is curable. so do not worry , this is not cause of infertility.
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Answered: Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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