I had an A & P repair in October, 2007. I had my release from the doctor December, 2007. I had repairs inside upper wall/lower and outside to suspend my bladder and repair retrocycle. I still notice a bluge at the vaginal opening when standing only. I went back to my doctor in December, 2007 eight weeks at least after surgery. He claims everything is OK. This bluge is what I noticed before my surgery when standing, which allerted me to something wrong. He said I am not 17 anymore, I have had children, so things won't be like when I was 17. That was not the answer I was seeking. I want to know if this should be like this after having all these repairs? I thought everything should be tacked up and not any bulge at the vaginal opening. Please let me know if I should get a second opinion and if this is normal?
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