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By  kirbo2  |  21

Good thing it wasn't cancer

  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

I've actually had a similar experience. I didn't think it was cancer, though. It was when I was 14 and start exploring my body and felt a bump, I pushed on it and immediately knew what it was since I felt the pressure in my colon lol. Be glad it wasn't cancer, OP!

  SpankyRaven  |  31

The rectovaginal septum (or fascia of Otto) is the thin tissue (fascia) between the bowel and the vagina. It's quite easy to feel if a woman is constipated while doing a vaginal examination, it feels lumpy and bumpy. Many many years ago some doctors would do a rectal examination to check dilation during labour, particularly if the baby's head was in an odd presentation. The tissue is so thin that they could feel the cervix through the bowel wall. Thankfully they no longer do that. There is another thing I was going to mention, but I've probably told you more than you wanted to know anyway.

  quailpower  |  2

People that are confused, someone with weak pelvic muscles and or severe constipation can get a lump in their vagina where the stool presses into the vagina.

By  Nerd14  |  9

I feel like this isn't a FML, if anything it's a LML (Love my life). You found out that you don't have cancer, a little constipation is hardly anything at that point in my opinion. Drink some prune juice and keep it moving OP, lol.