Hello!

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So this is going to be very detailed sorry, every now and then, my vagina feels very very enclosed and squishy, but not just from the sounds, it feels as if the cervix is closing in on the vagina canal. It sometimes causes pain, but a few nights ago, it was hurting in my C-section, my side, my vagina and we even tried to have sex which led to me ending up just crying. Has anyone had this? Suggestions? I also had Endometriosis surgery about 3 years ago.


Posted anonymously, 21st June 2015


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  • I hope you have seen a doctor and got all this sorted out.

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  • Goodness me, sounds dreadfully uncomfortable. Why on earth haven’t you been to see a Dr? MoMs is great, but this sounds serious :/

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  • I haven’t had this problem but I have heard it can lead to serious injury if not consulted sooner rather than later

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  • I would definitely go to do doctor if I was you. Sounds painful and not quite right.

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  • Not positive if this is you “Tightening, loosening and feeling like holes in vagina :/.”but my advice is the same :

    Totally agree with other moms advice about visiting the GP. Our doctors surgery has a women’s clinic with women doctors and special women nurses so maybe this is something you would be more comfortable with, check in your area. But what ever you do please don’t feel embarrassed, these people are there to help.
    Wishing you well.

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  • I have never had this before but I would seek medical advice. I have had 2 c sections and have worse period pain than I ever did before kids. However the pain you’re explaining sounds extremely different.

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  • sounds painful. I would be visiting the GP to get referred on. It could very well be a simple solution

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  • I would have no idea, but if its painful to your c-section scar and hurts to have sex a trip to the Doctor I think is definitely in order. Hope you find some answers!

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  • Defiantly a trip to the doctor

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  • Definitely go see your Dr and get a referral to a gynocologist

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  • Along with going to see your GP, maybe go to a Women’s clinic if it will make you feel more comfortable. They will be sensitive and assist you.

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  • I’d be going straight to the doctor with this.

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  • I would make a visit to see you doctor or gynaecologist to help sort this problem out quickly. good luck.

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  • I would suggest you visit your GP for medical support.

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  • maybe a prolaspse uterus. go to your doc. they can fix it for you.


    • please don’t be scared. it WILL be ok.

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