Is this normal after lletz treatment?

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I went for LLETZ treatment 6 weeks ago and recovery has been fine except for a lump that I have inside my vagina, it is not too far from the entrance.

I was hoping it would have went down by now but looks to be the same size as it was when I had the treatment. From reading online I found it could be scar tissue that would go down with my period but I had my period 2 weeks after my treatment yet the lump remains.

There are no other issues that I can see, there has been no funny smell or odd discharge, there has been no bleeding either.

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    what kind of lletz? i don't understand the question... they remove something and now its back after 6 weeks? Nobody can say its normal or not at internet... you should go to your gyn or surgeon... did you get HPV vaccination?

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    Hi woman,

    So you had a loop excision to remove tissue from the cervix (at the top of the vagina), but you now find there's a lump close to the entrance of the vagina. With respect, it doesn't make sense?!! Unless I've misunderstood you, I can't imagine how treatment on the cervix would cause a lump in the vagina. I guess you have a follow-up appointment soon, so I suggest you ask them to examine this lump.


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