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im 37 weeks & 3 days pregnant with my 2nd child. i can feel something squishy when the tip of a finger is placed in the vagina by the lips. it feels squishy like a brain and is really weird and im not sure what exactly it is as i cant remember feeling this with my first child. it just feels like something is going to fall out. im getting nervous but havent felt any contractions, just back pain thats been happening since yesterday.
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replied September 6th, 2011
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Do not ignore your symptoms. You might be feeling the soft vulval tissues, or prolapsed umbilical cord, cervical mucus, bag of water, etc. The exact cause can only be made out after thorough examination. Visit your gynecologist/midwife at the earliest for thorough evaluation. Further measures would be started to help you based on examination and investigation results. An urgent ultrasound scan might also be needed to look for fetal wellbeing.
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