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What is it?

I've been inserting my fingers for the past few days and I happen to feel like a big lump deep inside my vagina and I don't know what it is, I'm pretty sure it's not my cervix because I can insert a bit of my finger on the side, can't reach it though. I haven't had sex, just some foreplay and rubbing genitals. It just scares me because I probably haven't felt that bump back then??
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Hi.  I think if I'm understanding what you are describing that this really is likely your cervix. That is the neck of the womb and the main lump women feel. https://www.webmd.com/women/picture-of-the-cervix#1

Do you get an annual physical or anything?  You can double check then but it really does sound like your cervix.  
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Thank you for clarifying, I was a bit confused. :)
It's understandable because you can't really see anything in there and have to guess what it is (like the old game of putting your hand into a bag and feeling objects, ha ha).  But from your description, I would be confident that it is your cervix.  
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