Lump On The Lips Of A 2-month-old Baby’s Vagina?
I want to ask. I have a 2 month old baby and suddenly there was a lump in the cheek of my baby … what could that be … is it dangerous
Hello Ashri Murdiati,
Lumps in the vaginal labia (vaginal lips) in infant patients can be caused by:
Vulvar cystic tumor: tumor / lump with a liquid and solid component in it. Examples of lumps are generally felt rubbery and fluctuating. Examples of vulvar cystic tumors: epidermal inclusion cyst, embryo tissue residual cyst (Gartner cyst, Nuck duct cyst), Bartholini cyst
Solid tumors: tumors consisting of solid tissue, palpable more dense hard or springy. Examples of lipomas, fibromas, hemangiomas, lymphangima, nevus pigmentosus
To determine the type of tumor in your baby, the doctor needs to do a physical examination and ask for a history of complaints about the appearance of the lump. Additional biopsy examination to look at tumor tissue histopathology can determine with certainty the type of tumor. Treatment of tumors on the vaginal lips may include observation without special medical measures to see whether the tumor is growing or not or is causing functional impairment. If necessary, the tumor will be operated on (excision).
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.