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Does finding a black spot on your vaginal wall mean you have cancer?
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Dr. Barry Resnik
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Spot on vaginal wall
It is really tough to see inside the vagina.
Black spots don't mean cancer, but they do beg for evaluation.

In brief: Spot on vaginal wall
It is really tough to see inside the vagina.
Black spots don't mean cancer, but they do beg for evaluation.
Dr. Barry Resnik
Dr. Barry Resnik
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Doctor can evaluate
Because it is difficult for a woman to look inside her own vagina, a woman who thinks there is a new change on the surface of her vagina should have an exam by a primary care or ob-gyn doctor. If the spot looks non-cancerous, the doctor may choose to watch it over time.
It the spot looks suspicious, the ob-gyn doctor can biopsy it to see what it looks like under a microscope.

In brief: Doctor can evaluate
Because it is difficult for a woman to look inside her own vagina, a woman who thinks there is a new change on the surface of her vagina should have an exam by a primary care or ob-gyn doctor. If the spot looks non-cancerous, the doctor may choose to watch it over time.
It the spot looks suspicious, the ob-gyn doctor can biopsy it to see what it looks like under a microscope.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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