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Lump inside vagina and heavy bleeding

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i have a lump up inside my vagina its about a fingerlength inside there, i have ahd heavy bleeding since i started my period and it started 12 days ago...i started using the nuvaring but took it out after the bleeding had not stopped when it usually does..i had an abortion in october,i am getting really nervous i dont know what is could be can you please help me maybe understand what it could be?

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replied December 15th, 2010
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A17813
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The prolonged bleeding that did not stop with Nuvaring could be related to your Von-Willebrand’s disease. Do not delay your visit to your healthcare provider for blood work-up and further investigations to come to the exact cause responsible for prolonged bleeding. An internal/pelvic examination is required by a gynecologist to see what the ‘lump’ could be and from where it is arising from.
Visit these links for additional information and guidance for further management: ticle/000544.htm es/vWD/vWD_Summary.html
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