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I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing vaginal protrusion. This is called a vaginal prolapse, and is very common in women who have undergone pelvic surgeries and prior vaginal deliveries of children. This can be corrected. As such, I would recommend that you follow up with a gynecologist who can examine you and confirm the diagnosis. Usually, the first line treatment includes use of a pessary. A pessary is a circular device placed in the vagina, and is effective at holding the vagina up in it's normal location. If that fails, the next step is surgery, which can permanently fix the problem. I hope you feel better soon.