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Extra skin growth at vagina.

place of growth: the extra skin growth near vagina and between thigh on the right side. The growth is not at all hurting. when i tough it is just a smooth skin. i am married and had a missed abortion too. Should the growth be removed soon. will that growth causes any problem to the pregnancy, coz the dr. whom i consulted at the time of pregnancy said that the extra growth need to be removed. i had a missed abortion due to no growth after 5weeks. and the other thing is i never missed period at the time of pregnancy.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jun 2010
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THanks for the query
The growth near your thigh cannot be the reason for infertility
If this doctor is mentioning so then i strongly suggest u take a second opinion from a different doctor
You can get the growth removed which sounds like a lipoma to me if it is causing cosmetic concerns to u

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Answered: Fri, 9 Sep 2011
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