Discovering an odd lump, bump, spot or rash on your vagina can be unnerving. Vaginal lumps and bumps are surprisingly common, and they can occur for a number of reasons. We speak to Ms Tania Adib , consultant gynaecologist at The Medical Chambers Kensington, about the most common causes of lumps and bumps on the vagina:. We often use the word vagina to refer to both the internal organ, the vagina, and the external parts of the female genitals, which is called the vulva.
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Bumps on the Vagina
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I have never felt inside my vagina before so I don't know if it has always been there or how long it has been there and I am not sexually active. I'm sorry to hear you are worried about what you can feel in your vagina. I'm afraid no one on the forum is able to tell you what this is and we would advise you to arrange an appointment to see your GP. They are in the best position to examine you to find out what the cause may be and if needed can refer you for more tests. Try not to worry or over think things if you can. Cancer at your age is extremely rare and there is much more likely to be a simple and straight forward reason for this lump. Bartholin cysts and vaginal polyps are common and can be felt just inside the walls of the vagina and are often painless lumps that will settle after a short while.
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Finding a bump near your vaginal area can quickly send you into a panic, but not every issue down there is cause for alarm. Bumps can be anything from a pimple to a skin infection, so to keep yourself calm, it's good to know what kind of pubic area bumps to look out for. However, it's always best to get anything new checked out by your gynecologist to be sure. You should check [your vagina] out at least twice monthly to make sure that everything looks normal down below. It's important to note that bumps you may notice on your external genitalia are most often located on the vulva or around the anus, not inside the vagina, technically speaking.
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