Lumps In The Vagina?
I was 24 years old and my wife was 20 years old, when I was having sex with my wife I felt I was touching something in my wife’s vagina, my wife was in pain, either because it was the first time or what. When I tried to check it using my fingers like there was a lump that was not hard, at the tip of my wife’s vagina like grapes but soft as usual meat. I want to ask whether inside the vagina is like that or what? Because my wife tried to calm me down and said that it was a hymen, and it hurt because my wife’s vagina was still narrow. Please help
Hello fanthonyjun, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Previously, doctors need additional information about your complaints? Is there a fever, odor that smells bad, is there pain when urinating, is there abdominal pain, is there a disruption to menstruation, is it using contraception?
Some of the causes of your complaint include:
Lack of lubrication or lubrication when in contact
Vaginal varicose veins
Other infections around the female organs (infections of the vagina, sexually transmitted infections)
Psychological factors (stress, fear, guilt, shame, selflessness, etc.)
The feeling of pain during intercourse or in medical terms is known with world wide is pain that appears before, during or after sexual intercourse. Usually this pain can occur in men or women but more often in women. Feelings of pain occur due to interference with the female organs or due to psychological factors such as stress and anxiety.
Anatomically inside the vaginal wall, it will feel a lot of folds or that with a root at the end will have the uterine or cervical wall. It is necessary to make sure the lump you feel is then you should be advised to consult directly with an obstetrician because the doctor needs more complete information about your history, direct physical examination, or supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests, or ultrasound.
Some tips that you can feel among others:
Talk with your partner if you feel pain or discomfort during intercourse
Avoid excessive stress or anxiety
Do or extend the warm-up time (foreplay)
Try to change position when connected
Use lubricant when in contact
You are also advised to be able to read the following interesting articles: Lumps in the Vagina, Beware of the Causes!
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.