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is my fallen bladder & rectum keeping me from curing yeast infection and having normal mens cycle (44 years old)? ¼" to ½" protrusion outside vagina

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See expert soon...: For your situation concerning pelvic organ drop and its possible related symptoms, seeing a urologist who has a special interest in caring for female genital organ or a urogynecologist is the surest thing to do, and online inquiry and poking would not help, instead may further confound your anxiety. To have these things done correctly, follow steps in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best
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