I last week I was massaged but how come now it still hurts but it doesn’t seem like the first time. Why?
Hello Merry, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Are you referring to the uterus that comes out of the vagina (uterine prolapse)?
If you really mean uterine prolapse or what is also called uterine descent, then therapy for uterine prolapse is not really with massage, so the pain you feel will probably not improve with massage.
Uterine prolapse symptoms include:
Discomfort, heaviness, and fullness in the pelvic area
There is a protrusion of the mouth of the uterus or uterus to the vagina (can still be in the vagina only, but can also protrude until it comes out of the mouth of the vagina)
Urinary disorders and bowel movements
Feeling of prop when sitting
Discomfort during sexual intercourse
Increased vaginal secretions
If you do experience these symptoms, you should check with your obstetrician immediately. Mild uterine prolapse can be treated without treatment, namely by doing Kegel exercises regularly. Mild uterine prolapse can also be resolved by inserting a pessary (a device to support the uterus so that it does not fall). If the prolapse is severe enough, surgery may be recommended.
Here are some things you can do right now, including:
Do Kegel exercises regularly
Avoid lifting heavy objects
Maintain an ideal body weight, lose weight if you are overweight
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