I am in search of info on prolapse myself - I'm seven months post-partum and still "torn up". There is a bulge at my vaginal opening, I can feel my cervix only about 1/2" in. I can't feel ANY constriction when doing Kegels. I read several articles on the net about Pelvic Floor Prolapse - not uterine prolapse, where the uterus turns inside-out like a sock. Pelvic floor prolapse is where the uterus, bladder or bowel intrudes into the vaginal cavity through a muscle tear. I'm pretty sure this is what I've got. I am very concerned that the bulging tissue is subject to infection and that the muscle tears show no sign of healing because my uterus is in the way. Needless to say I haven't even attempted sex. My baby was 11 lbs., 2 oz. at birth and I had a good deal of tearing, both laterally and to the rear. At 28 weeks of pregnancy I also had an inguinal hernia that strangulated, and had to have emergency surgery to repair it. However, I did then, and still do, have quite a bit of pain laterally across my groin and I think something else tore too! What a mess! My midwife referred me to a urocare clinic that helps women learn bladder control through physical therapy - but I haven't been able to go, or to see a GYN, because of extreme financial difficulties. My husband and I own a business that just about went under after 9/11. We can't even afford to declare bankrruptcy. We were forced to give up our health insurance and are struggling to keep the utilities on. Anyway, that's another story - just do a search for Pelvic Floor Prolapse and read the articles. It seems a good 20% of women who have given birth have some degree of this.