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Ball of flesh in vagina opening and it is squishy to touch

I m young and a virigin and I looked down at my vagina opening and noticed a place of flesh hanging. The piece of flesh is squishy to touch and it doesn t cause me any discomfort. The piece of flesh doesn t connect with the bottom of my vagina opening and also the piece of flesh has a sort of ball shape. I looked online to see if anyone else had what I had and some did but they didn t really give answer to what it is. One person online said that her friend has the same thing and went to the doctor and he said it was a common growth. But I don t know if that girl was a virigin or if what she had is exactlly like mine. The piece of flesh is also slightly pale in color. Is it my hymen? Do I have a bladder prolapse? I m really scared! Please help!
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi Dear,
Welcome to HCM.
Since you say that it does not connect with your vaginal opening and since it is not like a flap but ball shaped, I think it is unlikely to be hymen. More likely it is a wart i.e. growth from vulval skin.
It is always better to consult a gynecologist and do not neglect it.
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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