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Hard lump on the vagina, have fatigue, lower back and abdominal pain. Family history of cancer. What could this be?

hi i am 37 years old i have had five kids ,i found a hard lump outside the vagina about a week ago about 1/2 inches away ,i have been very tierd lately and a bit of lower back pain and abdomine pain also apart from that i have never had any problems before ,there is a big history of cancer in the family so im not sure what to do or think xx
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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A hard lump just outside vagina could be a bartholin gland abscess or a cyst or it could be some abscess collection.
Consult a doctor for physical examination and management,which may require a small surgery besides anti biotic course.
Get tested for diabetes,hypothyroidism and anemia for your lethargy and fatigue.
Don't jump to the conclusion of cancer immediately.
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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