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a big round bump inside of my vagina?

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Inside of my vagina, about a fingers length or just under in. You can feel a big round bump inside of my vagina. It feels the same as the other walls, but its round and you can feel around it as it sticks out like a bump. Is this normal? Its not sore and you can push it, its firm but its not hard. Its quite large and i dont know if its always been there or if its just appeared because ive never checked before


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replied February 28th, 2011
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A20161
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
It is difficult to comment on the ‘bump’ that you describe without examining you. You should consider visiting a gynecologist or your doctor soon for examination to see if it is normal anterior vaginal wall bulge, bulge due to a filled and distended bladder, any other pelvic mass pressing down or is it due to vaginal cyst. If it is due to a cyst, it might need excision or regular follow-up. Do not keep touching it, as you might introduce infection and make things go worse.
Take care.



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