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symptoms of benign vaginal tumors, early symptoms and signs of benign vaginal tumors

symptoms of benign vaginal tumors, early symptoms and signs of benign vaginal tumors

Symptoms of benign vaginal tumors

Typical symptoms: vulva bulging, sexual intercourse discomfort, pudendal itching, and occasional bleeding after sexual intercourse

Symptom diagnosis of benign vaginal tumors

I. Symptoms and Signs:

Vaginal benign tumors may be segmented or numerous, with different sizes, generally 2 ~ 3cm in diameter, smooth and fixed appearance, and capsular when touched. This cyst is often small and has no clinical significance, but occasionally it can grow very large, which causes difficulty or pain in sexual intercourse, even hinders childbirth, and sometimes compresses the triangle of bladder, causing an increase in urination frequency. In rare cases, its slender cord-like pedicle can cause distortion and obstruction of intestinal canal. The contents of cyst are mostly watery, serous or milky white liquid, and there are also dark brown ones. Its color and viscosity vary depending on the presence or absence of intracapsular hemorrhage and the amount of hemorrhage.

1. Vaginal fibroma

It mainly comes from elastic fibers contained in connective tissue of vaginal wall. This kind of tumor is rare, it is often single growth, hard, pedicled, movable at the base, with inconspicuous capsule, and mostly occurs on the vaginal wall. Small tumors have no obvious symptoms, and when they increase, vaginal dropping feeling or sexy unhappiness may occur. If the tumor is small and asymptomatic, gynecological examination can be performed regularly, and biopsy or resection can be performed when necessary.

2. Neurofibroma

It mainly comes from nerve sheath cells. The tumor is located under the vaginal mucosa, showing multiple nodules of different sizes, with unclear boundaries, soft touch and elastic feeling. Generally asymptomatic, occasionally growing larger, can produce vaginal discomfort or sexual intercourse difficulties. After examination, biopsy should be carried out first, and tumor removal can be performed through vagina after clear diagnosis.

3. Vaginal leiomyoma

It mainly comes from vaginal intramural muscle tissue or vascular wall muscle tissue. Muscle cells proliferate abnormally and form clumps. Small fibroids are asymptomatic, and when they increase, they have vaginal swelling and sexual intercourse disorder. The main treatment method is transvaginal surgery to remove the tumor.

4. Papilloma

It is a benign mucosal lesion. Clinical manifestations are diverse, in the vaginal mucosa can be small and flat, filamentous, papillomatous or fusion into a mass, can also be vegetable pattern. Patients can also appear leucorrhea increase, pudendal pruritus, occasional bleeding after sexual intercourse, and few malignant changes. The treatment can be frozen, electrocautery, laser, local coating, etc., and those with large masses can be removed by vaginal surgery. Regular follow-up is required after treatment to prevent recurrence or malignant intercourse.

Second, check:

Vaginal benign tumors can be diagnosed by endoscopic examination or palpation, and nodules, cauliflower-like, ulcers or local hardening can be seen on the vaginal wall.

In triple diagnosis, besides examining local lesions, attention should also be paid to the elasticity of the whole vaginal mucosa and whether the tissues beside the vagina are involved.

III. Diagnosis:

According to clinical manifestations and related examinations, it is not difficult to get a diagnosis.

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