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Prolasped uterus

So Sorry this is not yet about a hysterectomy but a collapsed uterus.
I am 66 in excellent health, weight 68kilos(had three children natural birth)During a routine pap smear I was told I had   a prolapsed uterus.
Question is can this cause the sever pain I am experiencing in the centre of my left buttock and right under both buttocks making it extremely difficult in walking for any length of time. sleeping in any position is difficult. I had no pain before and was a regular walker and exerciser.  I do lift my two year old grandson quite a bit!  Xrays, CT scans,Bone density test all has a good report and nowhere can be the cause of this buttock pain.( My GP is at a loss) so I now will take the next step and visit a Gynecologist. Urine flow, and bowel movement are good and not painful and neither do I have a bloating feeling.  Can this prolapsed uterus cause this pain.
Thank you
Sylvana
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I had severe back pain that was 85% relieved after my hysterectomy for prolapse, so from my experience I would say yes.  I feel that my prolapse was causing my back pain but I can't say with 100%, just so far, since Feb 5th I have noticed quite a diff. in less back pain.  I fell last week and I hurt now, but thats from jarring my entire body. Best of luck to you.
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Hi,

Maybe it would be a good idea to try walking a bit to warm up and stretching?  I often have these same kind of pains after hill climbing and moving heavy things from floor level (like children).

Remember not to release a stretch quickly.  It will make you quite sore the next day.

Sophie
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