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Pink fleshy material through vagina hanging next to perineum. What could this be?

Iv got a pink fleshy material coming out of my vagina which hangs just next to my perineum . Doesn t bother me at all unless I pinch or pull on it. Sometimes the loofa during a shower touches it making me aware of its sensibility.I m very self conscience about it especially with my partner. Ive got two kids 4 years apart and with the first one I had an episiotomy . What can this be how can I get rid of it. I ve thought about wrapping a thread until it dies and falls off. I can trace it back to the inside wall of my vagina. About 1/4 of an inch long
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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do not attempt any such manneur of tying the thread and leaving it fall off.
It could possibly be prolapsed cervix or vagina.
Get an appointment and Consult your Gynecologist

take care
Answered: Sat, 4 Jan 2014
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