I was washing myself a month ago, and stuck my middle finger deep inside, and felt this lump. I freaked out but since I don't have medical insurance, there wasn't much I could do. Today (a month later) I put my middle finger back inside, and WHOA... it got huge. It feels hard and it moves around kind of, kind of wiggly feeling. It feels like its where my G-Spot is. I did have sex a month ago, could I have irritated myself? Could it be related to an STD? We used a condom but it did "fall" off for a minute or so.
By the way, after I had sex 1 month ago, I got a UTI (I get them about 4-5 x's a year). So I started taking Keflex which in turn gave me a yeast infection (my first yeast infection in my life). I used Monistat for a day or 2 and then thats when I noticed this huge lump inside. Any opinions? Thanks...
I'm not a doc, but I've had the same thing, and it was my bladder pushing against the vaginal wall on one side and the rectal tissue pushing against the other side. I had two lumps in my vagina. They became larger when I "bore down" (pushed down). Try examining yourself when you do this. It could mean that you need a surgical repair. Get yourself to a doctor. If youdon't have medical insurance, try going to a clinic. I had mine repaired, and I'm doing fine.
did it hurt.....i have a huge lump towards the back of my vagina and my vigina has gotten extremly tight like so tight ...but ime not in any pian... i can move the lump and it sticks out wards it is massive like..do you think my problem sounds the same?
This thread is extremely old now but I hate unresolved questions and came upon this thread accidentally while searching for something else so I will answer it for anyone that may stumble upon it at a later date.
The condition referred to in previous posts is called prolapse.There are 3 kinds of pelvic prolapse...to avoid medical jargon and to simplify something that medical terminology just complicates unnecessarily the three types are easily referred to as rectal,vaginal and bladder prolapse.
This happens when the muscles in the vagina/rectum/abdomen singularly or in any combination weaken and can no longer support the organs in the abdominal/pelvic region.This causes the organ to prolapse or fall into the vagina creating discomfort and a bulge that can be seen/felt from the outside and inside of the vagina/vaginal opening.Depending on the severity it often requires surgery.The surgery is nothing to be afraid of,is a common surgery that results in maybe 4-6 weeks of downtime and abstinence from sexual activity and has a very high success rate of permanently addressing the problem.The condition will worsen over time if not addressed so please see a urologist or GYN as soon as you feel you have a problem.Kegel exercises are minimally effective in rebuilding the muscle tone necessary to support the organs,however it is no replacement for surgery.The good news? The procedure will address the prolapse as well as tighten the muscles in the vagina and IS covered by most insurance as well as medicaid/medical assistance.If you have low income and are worried,don't be.Apply for medicaid/medical assistance as they cannot turn you down for medically necessary surgery even if it"s pre existing.Good luck,God bless,get well and remember that the BEST gift we can give ourselves is that of good health.
I have a lump, toward the opening on the inside also...!
it doesnt hurt, my boyfriend thinks its my "g" spot im like...i dont know. it doesnt stick wayy out or anything, it feels like its supposed to be there. it doesnt feel like a cyst or anything.
hi im 16 years old, and when i was 14 i found a lump, right at the back of my vagina. it was the size of a pea, now its more like a cherry.it doesnt hurt, and it moves a bit, its got a dint in the top of it. i darent go to a doctor so please what do i do?
i have the same problem....only mine is like the size of a pea im really worried and scared im a little young to tell my mom about this because every night i ''explore'' with myself can it be from masturbating too much? or is it some type of cancer? please help!
I have the same lump well what I can tell its the same mine is my cervix it has a little dip in it where when I have a child it will open don't worry its normal I can only say what mines so go get checked out !
My name is Jazmine. I had my daughter almost 6 months ago and before I got pregnant I had a small cyst on the wall of my vagina on the left side, and after I had my daughter it got bigger, my doctor said not to worry it was just scar tissue from the stitches, but now it is about the size of 2 cherrys and when I sit down to go pee it pops out. It dose not hurt, but it is a little irritating not knowing what it is. I want to go to the er to have it taken care of bc I know they will pop it and clean it out. But I'm scared to have more needles down there again.
Just to let you know I have always had this Lump since I can remember. It's is about 3 inche in and sticks out but doesn't hurt when I have sex. I went to the doctors recently and she said that this is common it can be the way someone cervix sits and sometimes if you have a curve muscle tissue grows over hence the lump not being fluid. .. Apparently the smaller you are and less weight you have the more noticeable bumps feel. I have been refered to a gynecologist just to be on thine safe side and will let you know.
i used to have a soft bone like growth in my vagina growing from the cevix to the main opening and every time i tried to touch it a small piece of the soft bone fell out and i used to have a bad discharge and bad smell I never told anyone. one day i decided to put my finger inside and scrap every soft bone out and it never grew again. i was 13years then but now am married with 2 kids and i get pain inside my vagina and discharge i am now wandering if this has something related to the problem i had when i was 13years.
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