Lumps Appear Around The Vaginal Opening?
Hello, I want it .. There is something growing and enlarging that covers the vaginal opening. The growth of the upper and lower body in the vagina. What is it? What’s the solution? What is the situation like that can inhibit pregnancy?
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The emergence of a lump in the vagina, caused by many things, sometimes this condition is not so dangerous, but it can also be a lump can indicate quite serious health problems. Some causes of lumps in the vagina are:
- Cyst: usually a lump that appears will not hurt, but if the lump develops to become larger, there will be discomfort when doing activities and also during sexual intercourse. Examples of cysts that can occur in the vaginal lips are Bartholin cysts, gartner cysts, venous cysts, epidermal and inclusions.
- Tumors or cancer: usually a lump that appears not accompanied by pain, if the lump leads to cancer, some of the symptoms are itching around the vaginal area, vaginal discharge is not normal, weight drops dramatically, vaginal bleeding outside the menstrual cycle.
- Sexually transmitted diseases: examples of causes are herpes and genital warts. in genital warts, small bumps appear on the outside and inside the vagina can even get to the anus. Some of the symptoms are: itching and burning in the genital area, fever, vaginal discharge accompanied by an unpleasant odor, vaginal bleeding.
Other causes can include vulvar folliculitis, skin growing inside the vagina, and vaginal varicose veins. But to be more sure, you should check with your doctor, the doctor will conduct a thorough examination, and if needed the doctor will conduct supporting examinations such as blood tests, CT scans, taking samples of these lumps to find out the cause.
If the lump is felt painful, discharge such as pus, vaginal discharge that is not normal or vaginal discharge accompanied by an unpleasant odor, there is a drastic weight loss, bleeding in the vagina outside the menstrual cycle, immediately to the doctor for further examination.
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