Thank you for your query.
Yes this might well be the cervix
you have seen. This is known as uterine prolapse
and is a possible complication of labour. You must have a gynecologist attend to this as this can cause problems later in life. You do not mention your age or number of children you have, but this may effect future fertility
, abnormal vaginal bleeding
, discomfort and pain. I trust this information helps you to resolve the matter. Kind regards.