When the top of the vagina sags near or through the opening of the vagina, it is called vaginal prolapse.
This may happen after surgery to remove the uterus. This is because the uterus no longer supports the vagina.
This problem may cause you to leak urine or stool. Or you may have trouble passing urine or stool. You may feel pain during sex. Or you may feel pressure on your genitals.
Medicine may help you feel better. You can also talk to your doctor about a device you put in your vagina. It may help with symptoms.