Lump In The Birth Canal?
I want to ask, after giving birth, on the 31st day, my wife was surprised to see a lump under her mouth where she was born, what kind of disease did you have, what kind of disease was it?
Hello. Lump in the mouth of the birth canal (vagina) can be caused by:
Vulvovaginitis is inflammation or infection around the vaginal lips (labia) and perineal area. This is a common condition that affects women and girls of all ages. Vaginal abscess Inclusion cysts are one of the most common types of vaginal cysts, usually very small and located on the lower wall of the vagina. Inclusion cysts are caused by trauma to the vaginal wall. For example, from an episiotomy (voluntary incision to enlarge the vaginal opening during childbirth) Bartholin's cyst is a fluid-filled cyst, formed on the Bartholin's gland. These glands are located on either side of the opening to the vagina and are producers of the fluid that lubricates the vaginal lips (labia). Gartner's gland cysts occur when the ducts in the developing embryo don't disappear as they should when the baby is born. This remaining duct can form vaginal cysts later in life. Uterine prolapse. Is a lump that comes out of the birth canal. Usually occurs in parents who give birth to many children Vulvar Cancer Genital warts caused by infection with the HPV virus It is advisable to do an examination directly by a gynecologist. The doctor will do an examination and give the right treatment according to the cause. It is hoped that your wife does not often feel the lump because it can cause a secondary infection.
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