I have had the surgery the removes the surface of the uterus because I had polyps on the wall. Now years later I was in the shower last night and noticed large finger like polyps on my inner labia. I have always had a few and they were small but they seemed to have doubled in size in the last month or so. I am really freaking out because I noticed there are quite a few of them. I know they can be removed but I have a lot of them. I just don't know what to think. Could this be cancer and do I need to be worried. I have done a lot of research and it is not a STD none match the my symptoms. To which I have none except the fact it is uncomfortable after sex or when I wear tight pants. So could this be cancer and is it curable.
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