The Lump Reappears After Surgery On The Lump Around The Vagina?
I want to ask .. Last year I had surgery because in my left lip there was a lump, after being operated on and in the laboratory, it turns out the doctor said the lump said tissue, and there were 3 small seeds too, small like a fish’s eye and there the water in the lump. Then why is it enlarged again? Even after the operation last year the scar was a bit deflated, but now it appears again and is very annoying when you’re straining / defecating, it looks like it’s going to come out … But if it stands up, the lump enters again. Ask for the answer. or not..
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Juicy small bumps on the vaginal lips may refer to the following possibilities:
Skin tags Vaginal skin infections, for example due to genital herpes, folliculitis, tinea cruris, cutaneous candidiasis, miliaria, scabies, genital warts Inflammation of the vaginal skin due to other causes, for example contact dermatitis, insect bites or other animals Benign or malignant tumors, etc. Without performing direct inspection, it is very difficult to actually determine the exact conditions that underlie your current complaints. Therefore, if it is true that you feel your complaint has reappeared even after receiving treatment from a doctor, we recommend that you check your complaint again to a doctor or dermatologist. It may be that, so that the cause of your complaint is clear, the doctor will direct you to undergo further tests, such as biopsy, allergy testing, laboratory, and so on. If the lump needs to be reoperated or other treatment done, this can only be decided after the cause of the lump is known.
You should not manipulate any lumps in your vagina carelessly, whether it's squeezing, scratching, picking, or giving treatment without a doctor's prescription. It is feared, over-manipulating the lump can make the lump become injured or experience a secondary infection so that treatment will be more difficult to do. Better, you focus on maintaining good vaginal hygiene, including by ONLY engaging in safe and responsible sex. Do not forget, avoid using perfume or careless vaginal care products without a doctor's recommendation.
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