The pelvic floor is the term used for the group of muscles and ligaments, found around the pelvic area, which support the bowels, uterus and bladder.
During pregnancy and birth your pelvic floor can become weakened. A weakened pelvic floor can lead to incontinence and in more severe cases to prolapse of the inner organs. Proplapse is when the organs start dropping downwards because the pelvic floor muscles are not firm enough to hold them in place.
If you are feeling uncomfortable between your legs, then make sure to check if everything is in its right place. Some women report a feeling like a tampon being stuck. Other women report seeing something pinkish bulging out.