Vaginal polyp

Vaginal Polyp
Some women develop growths of the vaginal wall, this can occur after a hysterectomy, as in this patient, or it can occur in women who have not had any surgeries or births. It is not a direct consequence of the hysterectomy and can be found years later. Generally these growths do need to be removed to be sure they are not cancerous, but they rarely are. Ultrasound can help determine their size, location and their nature, but examination is usually all that is necessary. Unusual bleeding or discomfort with sex can be the sign that you may have a medical issue such as this one.

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