Vaginal bumps and lumps are common, especially during your childbearing years or as you age. Keep reading to learn more about the causes for changes to your skin in this area and when you should see a doctor. The vagina is a muscular tube that leads to your cervixwhich is the opening to your uterus.
HOW many times have you noticed a little itch or bump If the answer is "never", you're either lying to yourself or you're not examining your vagina enough. Because it's not just your boobs you should be checking on the regular - your vulva that's the fleshy outer bit of your vag also needs some attention to make sure nothing odd is going on.
It may appear to be a sinister-looking new arrival to your body, however these things are usually fairly harmless and are almost always easy to treat. We spoke to London-based gynaecologist Dr Anita Mitra, aka Gynae Geekto get to grips with the various things that can grow in your lady garden. Read on for your guide to the lumps and bumps that can develop your genital area, and which require a trip to see the doctor. This is one we probably all can and do recognise.
Vaginal cancer is rare. About one in every Australian women with cancer have cancer of the vagina. Each year about 90 new cases of vaginal cancer are found in Australian women.
Sores ulcersblisters, pimples and lumps can form inside or nearby the vagina. These changes can occur with or without pain. This guide is intended to provide you with a better understanding of what may be causing your problem, if you have one of these changes.
Ms Tania Adibconsultant gynaecologist at The Medical Chambers Kensington, looks at the most common causes of vulval and vaginal lumps and bumps:. Vulva is the general name given to the external parts of the female genitals. As with your breastscheck your vulva regularly, so that you can tell if something changes.
So I had a feel with a clean finger I felt a massive lump just inside my vagina. I can feel it when walking aswel. Obviously the doctors are closed.
Vaginal cancer is cancer that occurs in the vagina — the muscular tube that connects the uterus with the outer genitals. Vaginal cancer is a rare cancer that occurs in your vagina — the muscular tube that connects your uterus with your outer genitals. Vaginal cancer most commonly occurs in the cells that line the surface of your vagina, which is sometimes called the birth canal.