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Lumps around vagina, keep coming on and off. What is this ?

Hello Stephen, My name is AAAAA and recently I have been finding lumps around my virgina, the only stay for a couple of weeks then disapear, only to find they have gone somewhere else on the outside, but they are getting a bit to often and am finding more of them each time I check. They are not sore, just worrying. Many thanks.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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HI,it may be papilloma, haemangioma, coital injury on and off, is investigated by taking fnac ,if fnac is not conclusive then excision biopsy of the lump is to be done .grbs ,full blood investigations to be done ,pap smear to be done to rule out any intrenal malignancy,then accordingly line of treatment may be planned in consultation with your doctor. thak u
Answered: Sat, 15 Jun 2013
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