I have lumps on cervix!!!

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Looking to see if anyone has had anything similar as i am slightly loosing my mind.

I discovered a small lump on my cervix after looking for IUD strings.

I have since been to the doctor and he says he thinks it may be a cervical erosion. He has referred me to the gynaecologist and i am just waiting for an appointment. I have today felt my cervix and there are several hard lumps on it!!!! I no longer believe its an erosion. Could it be warts, cysts, cancer...

Also near enough everyday i have dull cramping,

Anyone heard of something like this?

TIA xx

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  • Posted

    hey!! i have the same thing, my GP thinks its cervical polyps. let me know how you get on!

    • Posted

      Thanks for responding!

      Got my appointment, not until August though!

      guess its the waiting game .

      Can you feel it yourself and does it feel big/hard?

    • Posted

      yes i can feel about 3, 2 are large and hard and very smooth.

      i have no other symptoms if thats helpful?

      how about yours?

  • Edited

    a few years ago i went to my gp after feeling hard lumps on my cervix, she didn't have a clue and neither did the nurse when i had a smear.

    i was referred to the hospital to have it checked, i had a few weeks of worry and thinking the worse but turns out i have nabothian cysts, harmless and fairly common.

    hopefully yours will be same... nothing to worry about!

  • Posted

    Hey yea I noticed same couple days ago I've had cervical cancer removed 3 times.... Ive replied to couple other posts bit its hard to know if we call talking bout same thing without pics, i have some but reluctant to post... R the rough feeling, like walnuts in shells? Mine r from vagina opening right up inside like the walls r coming together... Then the I have a load of smaller smooth growths aswell.... I have docs Friday for an exam pls let me no if u u fibbd out what it is I wil do same... Good luck

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