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I FOUND A GROWTH ON MY CERVIX, IT IS SMOOTH AND ROUNDED AND IS NEXT TO THE OPENING, NOTICED IT ABOUT A MONTH AGO,PERIODS HAVE BEEN IRREGULAR FOR ABOUT 4 MONTHS NOW AND I HAVE DISCOMFORT BEFORE AND DURING THEM THAT I DID NOT HAVE BEFORE. CAN YOU GIVE ME SOME IDEA OF WHAT THIS MAY BE?


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replied August 7th, 2010
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A15037
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
The identity of the lump can be best found after a proper examination. If needed a biopsy might be done to look for the cell type.
Discuss with your gynecologist/healthcare provider about this and go ahead with a detailed examination, investigations including a scan to see what is going on. You might need to be put on hormonal medications to regulate your periods.
Take care.



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