Lump In The Left Vagina Accompanied By Pain When Urinating?
Good morning Doc, I want to ask. Why do I miss a bump on the left side? Initially small continues to be large but if urinating like pain / pain. I wonder why???
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There is a complaint of a lump on the left side of your small kiro that initially becomes larger and accompanied by complaints of pain in the tub, this condition is likely to be caused by inflammation or infection in your left bartolin gland. Bartolin gland is a vaginal gland that is on the left and right side of the vagina. This gland helps maintain vaginal moisture and keep the vaginal lubrication from drying out. Under certain conditions, these glandular channels can be covered by inflammation and bacterial contamination. So that this complaint often occurs accompanied by vaginal discharge or a history of unprotected sexual relations.
Patients with bartolin gland infections can experience inflammation and swelling, which can then continue to develop pus if they are not treated immediately. And complaints of pain when the Bak is a comorbid complaint that can occur when an infection with the bartolin gland affects your urinary tract, or an infection in the vagina triggers urinary tract infections and bartolin glands. Patients with bartolin gland infections, can also be accompanied by comorbid complaints such as lower abdominal pain, pain during intercourse, vaginal discharge, or fever. However, all of this needs to be confirmed directly by your obstetrician or your family doctor.
In addition to the lump in the vagian area due to swelling of the bartolin gland, other medical types can also trigger almost the same complaints, such as:
1. folliculitis or inflammation of the pubic hair roots
2. Abscesses of skin tissue or under the skin
3. Genital warts
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of this complaint, you should consult directly with your family doctor or your obstetrician. The doctor will conduct an interview related to this keluan. Physical examination by looking directly at the bump area and supporting examinations if needed will be planned. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment. Thus, this complaint will immediately bankrupt and recover.
For now, some things you need to pay attention to recovery and prevention, such as:
1. Maintain cleanliness and health of the reproductive organs
2 avoid risky sex if you are not married
3. Avoid using antiseptics for the female area
4. Expand the water
5. Avoid holding or squeezing the lump without your doctor's direction
Thus the info we can convey