Thursday, May 7, 2009

Skin"growth" inside vaginal wall..what could it be?

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Skin"growth" inside vaginal wall..what could it be?
Maybe a cyst
Reply:might be a vaginal wart, which is an std. go get it checked out.
Reply:Most vaginal cancers do not cause symptoms in the early stages, but cancer in more advanced stages can cause symptoms to occur. Even precancerous conditions, such as VAIN, may not cause symptoms. However, many cases of VAIN and early vaginal cancer, although asymptomatic, can be found through regular Pap tests.





Women with vaginal cancer may experience the following symptoms. Sometimes, women with vaginal cancer do not show any of these symptoms. Or, these symptoms may be similar to symptoms of other medical conditions. If you are concerned about a symptom on this list, please talk with your doctor.





The most common symptom of vaginal cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding during menopause is not normal and, therefore, always a sign of a problem.





Other symptoms of vaginal cancer include:





* Unusual vaginal bleeding





* Abnormal vaginal discharge





* Difficulty or pain when urinating





* Pain during sexual intercourse





* Pain in the pelvic area (the lower part of the abdomen between the hip bones)





* Pain in the back or legs





* Edema (swelling in the legs)
Reply:i agree with MN....a vagina has glands and if one becomes blocked it can become infected.





The terms are:


Inclusion cyst; Gartner's duct cyst





There are several types of vaginal cysts, which can range in size from the size of a pea to that of an orange. Vaginal inclusion cysts are the most common. These may form as a result of trauma sustained by the vaginal walls or following an obstetric or gynecologic procedure, when the lining of the vagina doesn't heal to its normal smoothness.





Gartner's duct cysts develop in the space occupied by the Gartner's duct, usually on the side walls of the vagina. This duct is active during fetal development but ordinarily disappears after birth. In some cases, however, portions of the duct may collect fluid and develop into a vaginal wall cyst later in life.





chances are it is not cancerous, but can make sex an issue if it does not resolve on it's own.





I would seek a doctor's attention (OBGYN) and have it checked out.
Reply:my dick
Reply:A baby.
Reply:warts


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