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Prolapsed bladder cause issues with doing a pap?

I know for a fact I definitely have a prolapsed bladder with out getting into too much details the pictures on line are me 100%, so I made an appointment with my primary care doctor.  She attempted to do a pap and could not as she said she could not even see my uterus, she had to refer my to a gynecologist which I’m waiting for my appointment date to come. Could this mean my uterus has prolapsed as well?
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Sorry for just now seeing your post. Were you able to see a gyn? How did it go?
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