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Hello, I am Dr Owen, I am a Board Certified Ob/Gyn Medical Doctor and I want to help you.
This lump on the cervix - this is called a Nabothian cyst - this is VERY normal - we see these all the time - think of these as a 'pimple' on the cervix.
A nabothian cyst just like a pimple can pop and hence can bleed/ spot.
Other things that can cause this is a possible fibroid or even a polyp too.
but also when spotting only during urination this could be an Urinary tract infection (UTI) or a possible urinary tract stone.
Also something that is round and smooth - this is NOT concerning - as a precancer / cancer would not feel that way (just in case you were worried about a possible cancer).
Now, since you are 45, a very common thing too would be a polyp - so a pelvic exam by an ob/gyn would be able to see this on an exam and if a polyp is there - it can be removed at the time of the exam - it is very easy to remove and does NOT cause pain either when being removed.
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No, cervical cancer does not appear ROUND and smooth
there is SO much wrong information on the internet that scares so many people
this is either a nabothian cyst which I think it is or a polyp but Nothng worse
And with a normal PAP in 10/2011 - this is NOT going to be cancer - cancer just does not develop that quickly
that is more likely a nabothian cyst - not a cancer
Can just does NOT develop that quickly after a normal PAP - it never does
Yes it can cause spotting
But a fibroid and or a polyp can do the same - and these are not concerning either.
so the ONLY way to know which you have is with a pelvic exam and a possible ultrasound - but you really do not need to worry about this.
well do not worry
I wish you well
and a simple exam and ultrasound will clarify all of this.
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