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Doctor insights on: Feeling Of Vaginal Fullness

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Why do I have a feeling of vaginal fullness everytime I have a bowel movement?

Why do I have a feeling of vaginal fullness everytime I have a bowel movement?

Rectocele: Sometimes, vaginal prolapse or a weakening of the support tissues around the vagina and uterus can cause the bladder to fall and the rectum to push up in the vagina--especially if you push down or are constipated. See your doctor for an exam.

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Abnormal vaginal bleesing (4 weeks straight), pelvic pain (6 months), frequent bathroom trips, and feeling full very quickly? What could it be?

Abnormal vaginal bleesing (4 weeks straight), pelvic pain (6 months), frequent bathroom trips, and feeling full very quickly? What could it be?

See your gyn: Bleeding for 4 weeks straight is definitely abnormal and needs to be evaluated. You need an exam and bloodwork to help determine the cause of your bleeding and pain.

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Have an almost fishy smell vaginal discharge for a few weeks and just yesterday I began getting a fullness feeling in my lower abdomen, what is wrong?

Have an almost fishy smell vaginal discharge for a few weeks and just yesterday I began getting a fullness feeling in my lower abdomen, what is wrong?

Bacterial Vaginosis: Most likely bacterial vaginosis. Need evaluation asap for exam and cultures. Prolonged vaginal infections of any sort that go untreated can increase chance of infertility.

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Normal vaginal ph. Positive leukocytes. Negative nitrites. No symptoms other than full pelvic feeling. UTI or STD?

Normal vaginal ph. Positive leukocytes. Negative nitrites. No symptoms other than full pelvic feeling. UTI or STD?

Doubt UTI. PID?: Could be UTI, but unlikely with negative nitrite test and without urinary symptoms like burning on urination, urgency, etc. Sounds more like a pelvic infection, like pelvic inflammatory disease, especially if you are sexually active and at risk for STD. Or other low abdominal problem like appendicitis, diverticulitis, endometriosis, and others. Don't mess around; get professionally evaluated ASAP.

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I'm almost 22 weeks and have this kicking like feeling around the vaginal area us that just the baby or something else?

I'm almost 22 weeks and have this kicking like feeling around the vaginal area us that just the baby or something else?

Likely the baby: The baby may be in the breech position with its feet down. It could be kicking the bottom of the uterus which would feel like the vagina. That is about the time it begins to be felt. It is normal.

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Day 1 light and pain on my left side of vaginal, day 2 not heavy like always, but still light and feeling nauseous at time, any advice?

Day 1 light and pain on my left side of vaginal, day 2 not heavy like always, but still light and feeling nauseous at time, any advice?

Lt period: Would check HCG. If nausea, and pain continues past period and still not normal period follow up with ultrasound to r/o ectopic, (note sometimes may have to repeat HCG in 1 week because it takes 1 week post period for it to be positive). f/u wiht doc urgetn care

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I have pain and a heavy feeling in my pelvic area pain on my left side an vaginal oder what could it be?

I have pain and a heavy feeling in my pelvic area pain on my left side an vaginal oder what could it be?

Needs evaluation: It could be a pelvic or vaginal bacterial infection. A GYN MD visit can make the distinction after examination.

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Who do I see if I have lousy orgasms and if I have little feeling and stimulation in vaginal area? I'm 22.

Who do I see if I have lousy orgasms and if I have little feeling and stimulation in vaginal area? I'm 22.

Know your anatomy: Many women have trouble with orgasms. The important thing to remember is your anatomy. The clitoris is the bundle of nerves above the vagina, and that is the pleasure center in terms of sexuality. The vaginal canal has very little sensation in it, so intercourse alone does not usually result in an orgasm. Make sure your partner pays attention to your clitoral area before starting intercourse.

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Had a full vaginal hysterectomyno four weeks ago am I safe to resume having sex.

Had a full vaginal hysterectomyno four weeks ago am I safe to resume having sex.

No: Usually I have patients wait at least 6 weeks depending on the type of surgery. Then I do an exam in the office to make sure the patient is fully healed before attempting sex.

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What are physiological reasons for lousy orgasms and little feeling and stimulation in vaginal area? 22 yo

Discuss with doc: Symptoms and concerns like these mandate a thorough evaluation by your doctor. Only after such an evaluation, which may include labs and radiographic examinations, can he/she let you know what's going on and how best to help you.

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32 weeks 1 day and been having lots a pressure in vaginal area like a pushing feeling what's it mean is it baby?

32 weeks 1 day and been having lots a pressure in vaginal area like a pushing feeling what's it mean is it baby?

Check with: Your OB-GYN but I do think your symptoms are quite common at 32 weeks!!!! Be well and Good luck! Dr Z

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I have an uncomfortable feeling under my bellybutton & have to get a vaginal ultrasound what could be wrong with me?

I have an uncomfortable feeling under my bellybutton & have to get a vaginal ultrasound what could be wrong with me?

Too broad: I am sorry to report but that ambiguous question could take up hundreds of pages of possibilities. Could you narrow this down by being super specific about what is going on? Or what led you to the doctor's office?

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Is there anyway to restore vaginal insensitivity? It is impossible for penetration, during sex there is no feeling or sensation like a numbness

Is there anyway to restore vaginal insensitivity? It is impossible for penetration, during sex there is no feeling or sensation like a numbness

Vaginal sensation: Many things may contribute to your experience, and the best help depends on the most likely causes. The most powerful sexual sensations usually focus most on the clitoris and initial parts of the vagina. I suggest starting with an exam by a compassionate gynecologist.Experiencing previous trauma can affect physical sensation. Help for this is possible through psychiatrists and other professionals.

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I have a small bump 'down there' on the right side of vaginal opening. Increased discharge, and it only results an uncomfortable feeling sometimes?

I have a small bump 'down there' on the right side of vaginal opening. Increased discharge, and it only results an uncomfortable feeling sometimes?

Bartholin Gland Cyst: This sounds like a bartholin gland cyst. These are basically a blocked pore/duct in the vagina. They often need to be drained by a gynecologist or family doctor with experience. They cause pain and increased discharge and are often a marble shape. Sometimes you can feel fluid in there. Otherwise, could be sebaceous cyst, skin tag, condyloma. Get it checked out though.

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My girl friends outside of her vaginal area has been bothering her on and of with an ichy feeling, no bumps no nuthing just itch what could it be?

My girl friends outside of her vaginal area has been bothering her on and of with an ichy feeling, no bumps no nuthing just itch what could it be?

Infection/skin prob.: She can see her gynecologist to find out if she may have a vaginal infection such as yeast. If that is ruled out she may just have irritated, sensitive skin, similar to an eczema and with similar treatment approaches.

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Any reason why am I bleeding from my vaginal area when I've had a full complete hysterectomy?

Any reason why am I bleeding from my vaginal area when I've had a full complete hysterectomy?

Schedule exam: It is common to have bleeding right after surgery for several week. It can also happen months after a hysterectomy. This is usually due to a type of scar tissue in the vagina called granulation. It is easily treated with a mild chemical cautery, but sometimes has to be removed. It usually is not a cause for worry, and can be treated in an office visit during a pelvic exam.