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Feels like something large was coming out of my vagina.

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me and my boyfriend have very rough sex. i noticed this morning afterwards that it felt like something large was coming out of my vagina. i actually considered it being an old tampon before i realized it was part of my body. i have been swollen before but not like this. i tried as best i could to look in the mirror and it looks like the insides are moved down. its very swollen and i can push it back up inside but i can also push it out a little. its what looks like the a muscle or something but im not sure. will it go away? what is it? how long do i have to wait to have sex again (obviously anything before the pain goes away wouldnt make sense). Please help i feel like i have something in me that is coming out!


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replied February 1st, 2011
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A19208
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
It is difficult to comment without examining you. Do not delay your visit to your gynecologist for a thorough check to see what could be the swelling and from where it is arising. The possibilities include vaginal injury, prolapsed uterus or cervix, injury to cervix or fornices, labial injury etc.
Take care.



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