The Cause Is A Lump In The Vagina Without Accompanied By Pain?
Morning … I’m sorry, I want to ask, so I told you when I urinated I felt a lump but didn’t feel any pain at all, when I saw my doctor, the doctor said that it was a tumor and suggested surgery. because I don’t believe it, omah, I bought Chinese medicine and now it’s starting to shrink … is it dangerous?
Hello Divia, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Lumps in the vagina can be dangerous or not, and to find out it needs to be checked directly by a doctor. Lumps in the vagina are various causes, including:
Vaginal cysts, usually round, painless or mild pain due to friction, some types of vaginal cysts are Bartholin cysts, Gartner cysts, or inclusion cysts. These cysts are harmless, although sometimes they require surgery to remove or release fluid from a blocked gland.
Vulvar cyst, usually a small lump that is rather hard and does not hurt, unless infected. Sometimes it can disappear by itself.
Genital warts, because of the HPV virus
Skin tags or skin that grows in the vagina, usually associated with pregnancy, obesity, insulin resistance, genetic factors or HPV virus
Cancer or other vaginal tumors
At this time it is difficult to know whether the lump suffered by your family is dangerous or not. Although most are not dangerous, but you should consult the doctor who examined them. Traditional medicine may be provided as long as an additional / alternative and does not rule out conventional medicine.
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