After giving birth to your baby, you're usually understandably eager to start feeling like yourself again mentally and physically. Ideally, you won't have any serious complications and you'll be feeling better in no time. Although works out that way for many women, others have some serious side effects that can mean months of pain and discomfort. One of those is a postpartum prolapse, which you might not have even heard of before. But there are some signs of postpartum prolapse you should be aware of in case it happens to you.
The condition can be painful and embarrassing, but there's no reason to suffer in silence. If you think you might have a prolapse, let your doctor know. According to the Mayo Clinic, there are plenty of lifestyle changes and exercises that can help correct a prolapse, including weight loss and physical therapy.
Here are seven signs of a postpartum prolapse to watch out for.