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How old are you
Do you have children, and if so any history of prolonged or difficult child birth?
Do you smoke?
Do you do pelvic floor exercises?
Have you been examined?
You need a vaginal examination too. An abdominal examination wont tell you much information
But with vaginal, you can actually see the prolapse without the need for a scan.
You need to go back to your Dr to request this exam to be done. Usually you're laid on your left, a speculum is inserted and you push down similar to pushing a baby, and if prolapse , your Dr should feel or see something.
Your second option will be for your Dr to actually refer you to gynaecology, however if long waiting lisr also as I suspect, you can consider going privately if affordable.
I think that will have to be the next step, do you have private cover?
You should find out at work, but then you could be waiting 3 months before you're allowed to use your cover as pre-existing problem
If thats the case, you should look locally for private gynaecologist