Q&A: After 5 children, my vagina is twice the opening and I want to know if this can be corrected?

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I have never had a problem with my pelvic floor after having 4 children while in upright positions. However, I gave birth to a 5th baby and was forced to lay on my back and it made my perineum strain. The OB cut my perineum and it weakened the muscle and tendons that support the pelvic floor. I did not give her permission to do it and it was not necessary for her to do it. Anyway, my vagina is twice the opening. When I walk I hear pop sounds from air being pushed out. I absolutely hate how it was left. To everyone out there; You can't deliver on your back! It closes the opening by 30% and immobilizes your tail bone. Horrible for the pelvic muscles. Learned the hard way, Can this be corrected? I also have some bladder prolapse and uterine prolapse. Thank you!


Oliver K Bayouth Jr, MD MFM FACOG - LocateADoc.com

Yes, most of your problems can be surgically corrected.
An evaluation can give the physician an opportunity to present you with pictures of the anatomy as it should be, as well as a treatment plan customized to your particular situation for your consideration.
If you would like to proceed, please call and set up a time for a consultation.

--Oliver K Bayouth Jr, MD MFM FACOG
Orlando, FL

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