Oppdaget en kul...

En tråd i '2008' startet av Singlemom, 19 Mar 2010.

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  1. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    Jeg tok en dusj isted og oppdaget en kul da jeg vasket meg i underlivet. Den er rett ved åpning av vagina og er stor som en drue og hard. Er ikke vondt eller ømt, og den er ikke bevegelig. Hva kan det være? Kjenner jeg blir litt bekymret! Er sikkert ingenting, men synes det er litt skummelt. Har i tillegg vært uvanlig sliten og tom for energi i det siste!
     
  2. LilleLisska Forumet er livet

    Hadde tatt en tur til legen for å skjekke det.. Hadde ikke turt no annet [&:]

    Hjelp!
     
  3. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    ORIGINAL: BollaOgRampen

    Hadde tatt en tur til legen for å skjekke det.. Hadde ikke turt no annet [&:]

    Hjelp!


    Uff, nå ble jeg jo ikke mindre bekymret! Det er jo helg jo! Klarer ikke å vente til mandag, redd jeg nå[&o]
     
  4. fjerner du hårene? da kan det være inngrodd hår[;)]
     
  5. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    ORIGINAL: Mamma til Andrea

    Jeg hadde det samme for en stund siden og dro til legen. Han roet med ved å si at det var helt ufarlig, og at det ville gå fort bort av seg selv. Det gjorde det også.
    Nå skal jeg ikke si at det er sånn hos deg også, men det kan altså være helt ufarlig.

    Ville uansett sjekket det hos lege.

    Hvordan var kulen da? Har hadd kviselignende før, men det er ikke slik nå. Men det er sikkert ufarlig (håper jeg)
     
  6. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    ORIGINAL: Black Beauty

    fjerner du hårene? da kan det være inngrodd hår[;)]

    Ja, men det er i åpningen der det ikke finnes hår hvis du skjønner? Så er nok tvilsomt at det er det[;)]
     
  7. ORIGINAL: carca

    ORIGINAL: Black Beauty

    fjerner du hårene? da kan det være inngrodd hår[;)]

    Ja, men det er i åpningen der det ikke finnes hår hvis du skjønner? Så er nok tvilsomt at det er det[;)]

     
    åååååå.......
     
  8. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    ORIGINAL: Mamma til Andrea

    ORIGINAL: carca

    ORIGINAL: Mamma til Andrea

    Jeg hadde det samme for en stund siden og dro til legen. Han roet med ved å si at det var helt ufarlig, og at det ville gå fort bort av seg selv. Det gjorde det også.
    Nå skal jeg ikke si at det er sånn hos deg også, men det kan altså være helt ufarlig.

    Ville uansett sjekket det hos lege.

    Hvordan var kulen da? Har hadd kviselignende før, men det er ikke slik nå. Men det er sikkert ufarlig (håper jeg)


    Den var større enn kviselignende. En liten bulk, liksom.

    Ok, kjennes ut som den er festet til beinet der nede... Er hardt som brusk. Bestiller meg time mandagen jeg tror jeg...
     
  9. LilleLisska Forumet er livet

    Men siden du ikke har vondt så tror jeg ikke at den er farlig. Kjenn etter igjen i morgen! [:)]
     
  10. *WilliamPrinsen* Elsker forumet

    Sikkert ikke noe farlig [:)] ring legevakta og hør hva de tror, det hadde jeg gjort bare for å berolige meg selv [8D]
     
  11. * supermeg* Guest

    talgkjertler kan vel bli relativt store. Sikkert ikke noe skummelt[:)] Men ta en sjekk hos legen for en sjekk, det skader jo aldri[:)]
     
  12. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    ORIGINAL: * supermeg*

    talgkjertler kan vel bli relativt store. Sikkert ikke noe skummelt[:)] Men ta en sjekk hos legen for en sjekk, det skader jo aldri[:)]

    Talgkjertler har jeg hatt før, det er det ikke denne gangen. Men tar en tur til legen, må uansett ta den årlige sjekken snart.
     
  13. FrokenM Forumet er livet Februarlykke 2016

    KJønnsvorter ?[8D]
     
  14. Ellenmamma Elsker forumet

    Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction

    A Bartholin's cyst, also called a Bartholin's duct cyst, is a small growth just inside the opening of a woman’s vagina. Cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that are usually harmless.
    Bartholin’s glands

    The Bartholin’s glands are a pair of pea-sized glands that are found just behind and either side of the labia minora (the inner pair of lips surrounding the entrance to the vagina). The glands are not usually noticeable because they are rarely larger than 1cm (0.4 inches) across.

    The Bartholin’s glands secrete fluid that acts as a lubricant during sexual intercourse. The fluid travels down tiny ducts (tubes) that are about 2cm (0.8 inches) long into the vagina. If the ducts become blocked, they will fill with fluid and expand. This then becomes a cyst.
    How common is a Bartholin’s cyst?

    According to estimates, around 2% of women will experience a Bartholin’s cyst at some point. The condition usually affects sexually active women between the ages of 20 and 30.

    The Bartholin’s glands do not start functioning until puberty, so Bartholin’s cysts do not usually affect children.

    During the menopause, the Bartholin’s glands usually shrink. Therefore, any swellings in the vulva (the external sexual organs) of women who have started the menopause are unlikely to be Bartholin’s cysts.
    Outlook

    A Bartholin's cyst can remain small and painless and may not cause any symptoms. However, it is possible for the cyst to become infected, which can cause an abscess (a painful collection of pus) in the Bartholin’s gland.

    If the cyst becomes large or painful, a number of treatments are available to drain and remove the cyst. Most treatments involve a minor surgical procedure under local anaesthetic (painkilling medication), which takes around 20 minutes to complete.

    Following surgery to drain and remove a cyst, it will take around two weeks for you to fully recover. Depending on which procedure is used, the cyst or abscess can reoccur in up to 38% of people.
     
  15. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    Ny melding
    Ellenmamma
    Senior medlem



    Innlegg: 2008
    Medlem siden: 11.03.2008
    Jeg er fra: Trondheim
    Status: pålogget Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction
    ORIGINAL: Ellenmamma

    Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction

    A Bartholin's cyst, also called a Bartholin's duct cyst, is a small growth just inside the opening of a woman’s vagina. Cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that are usually harmless.
    Bartholin’s glands

    The Bartholin’s glands are a pair of pea-sized glands that are found just behind and either side of the labia minora (the inner pair of lips surrounding the entrance to the vagina). The glands are not usually noticeable because they are rarely larger than 1cm (0.4 inches) across.

    The Bartholin’s glands secrete fluid that acts as a lubricant during sexual intercourse. The fluid travels down tiny ducts (tubes) that are about 2cm (0.8 inches) long into the vagina. If the ducts become blocked, they will fill with fluid and expand. This then becomes a cyst.
    How common is a Bartholin’s cyst?

    According to estimates, around 2% of women will experience a Bartholin’s cyst at some point. The condition usually affects sexually active women between the ages of 20 and 30.

    The Bartholin’s glands do not start functioning until puberty, so Bartholin’s cysts do not usually affect children.

    During the menopause, the Bartholin’s glands usually shrink. Therefore, any swellings in the vulva (the external sexual organs) of women who have started the menopause are unlikely to be Bartholin’s cysts.
    Outlook

    A Bartholin's cyst can remain small and painless and may not cause any symptoms. However, it is possible for the cyst to become infected, which can cause an abscess (a painful collection of pus) in the Bartholin’s gland.

    If the cyst becomes large or painful, a number of treatments are available to drain and remove the cyst. Most treatments involve a minor surgical procedure under local anaesthetic (painkilling medication), which takes around 20 minutes to complete.

    Following surgery to drain and remove a cyst, it will take around two weeks for you to fully recover. Depending on which procedure is used, the cyst or abscess can reoccur in up to 38% of people.

    Hm... Kanskje det. Eneste er at jeg har nettopp hatt mensen, den sluttet i går.
     
  16. Ellenmamma Elsker forumet

    ORIGINAL: carca

    Ny melding
    Ellenmamma
    Senior medlem



    Innlegg: 2008
    Medlem siden: 11.03.2008
    Jeg er fra: Trondheim
    Status: pålogget Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction
    ORIGINAL: Ellenmamma

    Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction

    A Bartholin's cyst, also called a Bartholin's duct cyst, is a small growth just inside the opening of a woman’s vagina. Cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that are usually harmless.
    Bartholin’s glands

    The Bartholin’s glands are a pair of pea-sized glands that are found just behind and either side of the labia minora (the inner pair of lips surrounding the entrance to the vagina). The glands are not usually noticeable because they are rarely larger than 1cm (0.4 inches) across.

    The Bartholin’s glands secrete fluid that acts as a lubricant during sexual intercourse. The fluid travels down tiny ducts (tubes) that are about 2cm (0.8 inches) long into the vagina. If the ducts become blocked, they will fill with fluid and expand. This then becomes a cyst.
    How common is a Bartholin’s cyst?

    According to estimates, around 2% of women will experience a Bartholin’s cyst at some point. The condition usually affects sexually active women between the ages of 20 and 30.

    The Bartholin’s glands do not start functioning until puberty, so Bartholin’s cysts do not usually affect children.

    During the menopause, the Bartholin’s glands usually shrink. Therefore, any swellings in the vulva (the external sexual organs) of women who have started the menopause are unlikely to be Bartholin’s cysts.
    Outlook

    A Bartholin's cyst can remain small and painless and may not cause any symptoms. However, it is possible for the cyst to become infected, which can cause an abscess (a painful collection of pus) in the Bartholin’s gland.

    If the cyst becomes large or painful, a number of treatments are available to drain and remove the cyst. Most treatments involve a minor surgical procedure under local anaesthetic (painkilling medication), which takes around 20 minutes to complete.

    Following surgery to drain and remove a cyst, it will take around two weeks for you to fully recover. Depending on which procedure is used, the cyst or abscess can reoccur in up to 38% of people.

    Hm... Kanskje det. Eneste er at jeg har nettopp hatt mensen, den sluttet i går.

     
    Mensen spiller ikke inn i fht bartholins cyste (menopause = overgangsalder)..
     
  17. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    ORIGINAL: Ellenmamma

    ORIGINAL: carca

    Ny melding
    Ellenmamma
    Senior medlem



    Innlegg: 2008
    Medlem siden: 11.03.2008
    Jeg er fra: Trondheim
    Status: pålogget Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction
    ORIGINAL: Ellenmamma

    Høres ut som Bartholins cyste..

    Introduction

    A Bartholin's cyst, also called a Bartholin's duct cyst, is a small growth just inside the opening of a woman’s vagina. Cysts are small fluid-filled sacs that are usually harmless.
    Bartholin’s glands

    The Bartholin’s glands are a pair of pea-sized glands that are found just behind and either side of the labia minora (the inner pair of lips surrounding the entrance to the vagina). The glands are not usually noticeable because they are rarely larger than 1cm (0.4 inches) across.

    The Bartholin’s glands secrete fluid that acts as a lubricant during sexual intercourse. The fluid travels down tiny ducts (tubes) that are about 2cm (0.8 inches) long into the vagina. If the ducts become blocked, they will fill with fluid and expand. This then becomes a cyst.
    How common is a Bartholin’s cyst?

    According to estimates, around 2% of women will experience a Bartholin’s cyst at some point. The condition usually affects sexually active women between the ages of 20 and 30.

    The Bartholin’s glands do not start functioning until puberty, so Bartholin’s cysts do not usually affect children.

    During the menopause, the Bartholin’s glands usually shrink. Therefore, any swellings in the vulva (the external sexual organs) of women who have started the menopause are unlikely to be Bartholin’s cysts.
    Outlook

    A Bartholin's cyst can remain small and painless and may not cause any symptoms. However, it is possible for the cyst to become infected, which can cause an abscess (a painful collection of pus) in the Bartholin’s gland.

    If the cyst becomes large or painful, a number of treatments are available to drain and remove the cyst. Most treatments involve a minor surgical procedure under local anaesthetic (painkilling medication), which takes around 20 minutes to complete.

    Following surgery to drain and remove a cyst, it will take around two weeks for you to fully recover. Depending on which procedure is used, the cyst or abscess can reoccur in up to 38% of people.

    Hm... Kanskje det. Eneste er at jeg har nettopp hatt mensen, den sluttet i går.


    Mensen spiller ikke inn i fht bartholins cyste (menopause = overgangsalder)..

    Hehe:) Så det nå. Kan godt være dette da. Skal uansett dra til gynekolog til uken. Den er jo såpass stor at sex er nok uaktuelt nå, den blokkerer hele inngangen[8D] Virker ikke som det er noe væske inne i den da, men det er jo vanskelig for meg å bedømme.
     
  18. Ellenmamma Elsker forumet

    Sikkert greit å sjekke den til legen uansett [:)] lykke til! klem
     
  19. [Hildemor] Elsker forumet

    ORIGINAL: maman

    Er sikkert ingenting, men få det sjekket ut. Har ikke noen andre råd eller erfaring å ta av[:)]
     
  20. Singlemom Gift med forumet

    Det var cyste. Helt ufarlig! Mulig jeg må fjerne den kirurgis siden den er så stor og den kan bli plagsom. Men akkurat nå driter jeg i det, er bare glad det ikke var noe mer alvorlig[:D]
     

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