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Unread 11-13-2012, 02:59 AM   #1
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I was found to have two prolapses, bowel and vaginal, after my last spinal cord stimulator operation.

This was in February. Since then my husband and I have had penatritive sex twice as it is so painful. I feel as though there is something inside that is knotted and sore.

Do I just leave it and hope it will get better in time?
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I was found to have two prolapses, bowel and vaginal, after my last spinal cord stimulator operation.

This was in February. Since then my husband and I have had penatritive sex twice as it is so painful. I feel as though there is something inside that is knotted and sore.

Do I just leave it and hope it will get better in time?
NO NO NO NO!
PLEASE please call the doctor
make the appointment

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I was found to have two prolapses, bowel and vaginal, after my last spinal cord stimulator operation.

This was in February. Since then my husband and I have had penatritive sex twice as it is so painful. I feel as though there is something inside that is knotted and sore.

Do I just leave it and hope it will get better in time?
GO TO THE DOCTOR. AS soon as possible! Something may be very wrong. So possible scar-tissue build up? Whatever the case you need to see you doc asap as I doubt that normal
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I was found to have two prolapses, bowel and vaginal, after my last spinal cord stimulator operation.

This was in February. Since then my husband and I have had penatritive sex twice as it is so painful. I feel as though there is something inside that is knotted and sore.

Do I just leave it and hope it will get better in time?
did u have mesh implant i have had same problems
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