I forgot what those are called (I get them, too) but my doctor said they are so common, and tend to come and go with our cycles, that they don't even make clinical notes about them if they see them during the pap.
ok it is still there and it is on the vaginal wall - really close to the cervix. It could be some sort of cyst or a varicose vein even. If it is not gone in the next week or two I guess i will check in with my ob. Can you get nabothian cysts close to the cervix but not ON the cervix itself?
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