The Possibility Of Giving Birth Is Normal If There Are Lumps On The Vaginal Lips During Pregnancy?
I want to ask .. If during pregnancy there is a lump in the hole miss v. Can you give birth normally if you have a baby later ?? Please explain !!!
Lumps in the labia (vaginal mouth) can be caused by various things. For example:
Bartholin cyst. In the labia there is a mucus-producing gland called the Bartholin gland. The gland can become infected. Recurrent infections can cause cysts to form. Generally cysts can shrink on their own within a few days or weeks. If the cyst does not shrink or actually gets bigger, an incision can be made (a small incision is made to remove the contents and cyst sac). Folliculitis (hair follicle infection). Insect bite. Bacterial infection. Viral infections, such as molluscum contagiosum. Allergic reaction or irritation. Vaginal varicose veins. Tumor mass. In principle, as long as the lump is small and does not cover the birth canal, of course you can give birth normally. If the lump is large and closes the birth canal, the doctor must take action to remove the lump. In addition, it is necessary to ascertain whether the lump is caused by a sexually transmitted infection or not. Lumps caused by sexually transmitted infections must be treated before the fetus is born. If the fetus is born through a sexually infected vagina, the fetus can be infected.
Also keep in mind that normal childbirth is not only determined by whether or not the birth canal is covered by a lump. Many factors affect the ability of normal childbirth, for example:
Location of the placenta. Fetal position and presentation. Number of fetuses. Cord wrap. Large fetus and pelvic area. Uterus muscle contractions. Maternal conditions, for example are there hypertension, asthma, heart failure, preeclampsia, and so on. Common conditions of the fetus. Therefore, whether you can deliver normally, you should discuss with your obstetrician.
A few brief explanations from me. Regards.