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TMI- Lump in my fanjo

(5 Posts)
Minkus Thu 09-Oct-08 12:25:47

Oh lordy ladies I need your experience.

Got this lump, it's about an inch inside my vagina on the front wall, the size of my little fingernail. Not painful, no bleeding etc and it's a flat lump if that makes sense, a bit like a raised mole. Any ideas? Dr couldn't even find it this morning (plus was v rough in examination and speculum probably covered lump- told him this but didn't seem to hear me!) so now I need to go back again ad will be seeing lady dr who might have some idea of what vaginas normally look like. i.e. not lumpy!

Am a bit panicky about it, don't think it's a Bartholin's cyst from what I've read but what on earth else could it be?

MinkyBorage Thu 09-Oct-08 12:27:39

Go back and get a female doctor! Be pushy.
Have no idea what it could be. Hope all OK.

NoNickname Thu 09-Oct-08 12:27:40

Was about to suggest Bartholin's cyst, so sorry, but can't think what else it may be. But this will bump it for you if nothing else.

MinkyBorage Thu 09-Oct-08 12:28:52

Sorry, didn't read op properly.
Good luck
I would never let a male doctor anywhere near my fanjo after my post natal check up where male doctor WAGGLED his finger in my fanjo! YUCK!!!!!!!

meandmyjoe Thu 09-Oct-08 20:37:32

Men are bloody useless at stuff down there, all men not just doctors, they just go hell for leather don't they??! Anyway, I had something like this before I was pregnant. I had it for about a month and just as I was going to go to the doctors, it shrank and then disappeared. I have since had all the antinatal checks/ normal birth and a smear since and everything was fine si I have no idea what the heck it was.... sorry! How long have you had it for?

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