I am looking for information on vaginal moles not associated with pregnancy. Are they usually malignant? Are they common? My Ob gyn syas not to worry, but how can I not? Any information -or place to find information -would be helpful -thanks
Absolutely ages ago, I had two black moles removed from my vulvar area. My doctor suggested removing them as a "precaution" and that comment scared me (I was young at the time.) She told me she had yet to remove one that was found to be malignant. I don't know if she was telling me the truth or trying to calm my fears (something I think most of my doctors must do since I go nuts when the least little thing goes wrong with my health!) Anyway, they were easily removed with by the 'punch biopsy' method, there was little post-removal discomfort, and the results came back benign. Please consider having the thing removed so you can be done with worrying about it.
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