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Evaluation: Most important is that you see a physician and have it evaluated. It could be benign and just be a blocked pore or skin tag, but it also could be pre-cancerous or cancer. I would make an appointment asap. Depending on what it is, you may or may not need surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After 5 hours from aerobics workout I found a small bloody mass in vagina. What is that concerning that I'm virgin? ?
Needs visualization: An Obgyn will need to see what you are referring to to be able to offer counseling on what this might be. If the mass is still inside you or attached then it may be part of your hymenal ring. If the mass was expelled then consider taking a picture and doing a virtual visit. ...Read more
Hello doctor I had an abortion last month after that I had alternate bleeding from my vagina and there are mass like tissues or something else from my?
See your DR: With you description of tissue, you need to be examined by your DR and prob have an US done to look for retained material. ...Read more
My periods are very heavy, give me extreme back pain, and feel like my uterus is falling out. What could this be? I have bumpy mass in vagina.
Fibroids?: There is a possibility that you could have fibroids or some type of polyps that are causing your symptoms. You need to have this evaluated by your gyn, who will most likely order an ultrasound. ...Read more
Yes: Yes you can - and you should get an exam to check this. ...Read more
I have a round spongy mass in the opening of my vagina, does not hurt, and am only 20 years old, is this normal?
Not really: There should not be a round spongy mass inside your vagina. See your doctor and show them what you are talking about and they can examine you to see what it is. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Can US tell if the mass at the opening of vagina is Bartholin's cyst or would it be too close to the opening?
Bartholin cyst: Usually we identify bartholin cysts visually and use ultrasound for masses we may feel but can not see. ...Read more
Since having my third baby a year ago yesterday, can't wear tampons and looking at my vagina all i see is mass of tissue. Very heavy. Prolapse?
Gynecology: I would also worry about cervical cancer. The worst day of my career was doing a pap smear on a patient of mine who had avoided her gyn care for a year after a baby. There was tissue that did not belong there. So, yes, prolapse is possible. But so is cancer. Please get to your gynecologist urgently. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer