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Pregnant. Diagnosed womb slightly down. Red bumps on the wall of vagina. Concerning?

Hi I am 10 weeks postpartum had my doc told me at 3 weeks that my womb was down slightly checked me again at 8 weeks and she said it was fine. In the last day or so I have noticed 2 lumps inside on the right side wall of my vagina not to far up thr red and not causing any trouble but yesterday I could feel it a little when walking. What could this be?
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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The small lumps that you have noticed on the vaginal wall could be related to the scar tissue formed by the episiotomy given during the delivery. These can also be a bartholin cyst. A direct examination will help in diagnosis.
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Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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