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Lumps of flesh inside vagina, stomach bloated, feels like cramp. What could be this?

i have just recently felt cluster of lumps of flesh in the interior wall of my vagina and its kind of blocking my vagina from wasnt there before....i can push it in a bit but its like a mass of flesh, doesnt hurt or pain...but along with this recently i have felt my bladder/stomach bloated and i feel like a cramp like feeling most of the time..can you tell me what it could be and what i should do??
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health are magic

there are several conditions that could explain lumps in your vagina
but only a physical examination and probable some tests would be
conclusive on the real cause.

Possible causes would include, genital warts, cysts, uterine prolapse etc.

It will be important to seek medical consultation with a doctor who will
examine you in detail.

Best regards
Dr Achuo
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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