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    Viginal Masses
    Terrie0311 posted:
    Hi, I am not sure if this is the correct spot to ask about my questions.
    I am 51, gave viginal birth 18 years ago to twice boys. Had a hysterectomy 1994. In 2004 had a benign cyst on remnants of an ovary and fallopian tube that was removed.(So in short the 1994 hystetectomy was not complete) Had appendectomy in 2001. Here is my question. I have been having sharp pains on the lower left side of my pelvis. At first I thought it was stress related. I found 2 what feels to me to be golf balls masses on the inside of my viginal when I was taking a shower. They are not sore nor do they hurt. When I pushed on one, it felt like a dime size solid mass inside. The outside of the masses seems soft, but felt like the outside of a golf ball. I had sex with my husband, I had cramping and the sharp pain in my lower left side. Thanks, and any info I get would be great. I have made an appointment to see my family Dr. But is this is normal I don't want to waste her time when there are people that need her time and attention besides me. Thanks again.

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