Lumps In The Vaginal Cavity And Pain When Straining?
Good morning, I want to ask. From my childhood divagina. Precisely in its shell. Bumps come out from the inside when pushing. Sometimes it hurts to the lower abdomen. Until now I am 24 years old, the lump is still there. I am worried
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of a lump from the vagina during straining that causes pain down to the lower abdomen can be many possible triggers, for example:
Uterine prolapse (uterus that drops down due to weak pelvic wall)
Cystocele (bladder that descends into the vaginal cavity due to weakening of the pelvic wall)
Rectocele (rectum that descends into the vaginal cavity due to weakening of the pelvic wall)
Geburt myoma (benign tumor originating from the uterine muscle lining, dangling all the way to the vagina)
Other factors, for example genital warts, folliculitis, Bartholin cysts, vulvar cancer, skin tags, keloids, hemorrhoids, etc.
The lump that you are experiencing, can not be ascertained what the cause is, if not done a direct examination by a doctor. Therefore, it's a good idea to check with your doctor first for further evaluation, including a biopsy or ultrasound if needed. In this way, the doctor can then give you the right treatment, including referring you to an obstetrician or genital dermatologist if necessary.
In the meantime, do not always pull or squeeze any lumps that appear. Avoid excessive straining, for example by drinking a lot, eating lots of fibrous food, and not fond of holding bowel movements so that the bowels are not hard. Also prevent excessive straining from coughing or sneezing, for example by avoiding dust, cold, and artificial sweet foods. Don't overdo heavy lifting, and compress your stomach which feels uncomfortable with warm water.
Hope this helps ...