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I have lump in my vagina and i get irregular periods. Are these the symptoms of cervical cancer ?

Hi. I went to the hospital today due to unexplained back pain in my lower left side they ran some test such as ( blood test and pee smaple) they couldn t find the course but said i was very sick, im going in for an ultra sound some time this week and also ment to get a pap smear and get some swaps taken to rule out any infections or diseases. The point of this post is that about 4 years ago i found a lump on the outside of my vigina its never gotten any bigger sometimes the lump gets smaller but then it ll go back to the same size, i have unnormal periods that seem to come alot, could i have cervical cancer or could it be something else? Im really worried about going to my appointment and also can pee samples show ceevial cancer? Thanks
Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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Radiologist 's  Response
Hi!
Welcome to healthcaremagic.com.Cervical cancer can be easily detected by doing a PAP smear wherein cells are taken from the cervix and tested .Also symptoms of cervical cancer are post coital bleeding,excess bleeding,unusual fatigue etc,,Vaginal cancer doesnt stay like that for 4 years like lump growing and lessening .What you saw is a probably benign lump in the vagina.Take care.
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OBGYN Dr. Nidhi Sharma Chauhan's  Response
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welcome to healthcare magic. do not worry . get a pap's smear done. if needed your gynaecologist will also do a hpv dna test. this is more reliable than a paps's smear. also one negative hpv dna means you dont have to get yourself tested for another 3 years. about the lump you feel in your vagina, most likely it is nothing serious to worry about. let your gynaecologist do a local pelvic examination and a sonography of the pelvis to find out. this will also help to rule out the cause of your abnormal periods.
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