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Thanks for your questionCustomer
In order to better answer your question, could you tell me if you're having any other bladder symptoms besides feeling full? Does this mean that you're running to the bathroom to pee all the time? Have you ever not made it to the toilet or had an accident? When was the last time you saw the gynecologist and what did he say at that time?
Wow, this really sounds like a tough situation. This rectocele could also be pressing on your bladder causing the sensation that you have to pee. There are multiple procedures to fix rectoceles. The most common is called posterior colporrhaphy. It involves tightening up the pelvic floor muscles and tightening the vagina to prevent the rectum from pushing through into the vaginal space. This is generally used as a last resort. You should be doing Kegal exercises to stregthen your pelvic floor muscles. Kegal exercises are done by pretending to hold in urination in a forceful and exagerated manner. If it did come to surgery, than intercourse would definately be out of the question for at least 6 weeks while the vaginal tissue heals, but shouldn't cause future problems with intercourse.
I don't have any explanation for the continued cramping. I wish I could help there. However, if you're still having a granuloma at the vaginal cuff, there is a remote possiblity of an abcess in your abdomen. If you are feeling fevers, chills, and abdominal pain, this is possible. You would need to discuss this with the gynecologist, though.
I hope you find this information helpful. Get better!