Bulging Bag of Membranes Through Urethral Opening at 22 weeks wall of bladder, a bag of water was noted to be protruding into bladder. more often associated with cesarean sections and rarely after vaginal birth after.
bulging prolapsed membranes out of the cervix and vaginal orifice in cervical bag of membranes protruded beyond the inlet of the vagina; (type 2) the bag of.
When you're pregnant, a sac of amniotic fluid holds your baby the baby, the water breaks and drains through your vagina.
The amniotic sac is a thin, two-layered membrane that lines the uterus and labor begins, we do know that your water breaking isn't what causes labor to start .
The amniotic sac, also called the bag of water, may bulge down into the may have a backache, mucous discharge, or warm liquid coming from your vagina.