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Soft mass beneath the urethra

Answered by: Dr Sashini Seeni

Last Updated: October 8, 2021 10:17 PM
Anonymous 8 days

I’m a woman in my mid-20s. While recovering from a 1st degree burn injury to my groin area, I found a small pearl-like soft lump underneath the urethra. I don’t have much problem with it aside from an irritation after peeing that lasts up to an hour and slight incontinence. It also hadn’t changed in size or shape a year after the injury. But what is it exactly?

Dr Sashini Seeni 8 days
General Practitioner

Thank you for your query.

Based on your explanation, we understand that there is a small pearl-like small bump below your urethra that causes irritation after urination and also did not grow in size. We will try to help you out.

Due to limited information, we are unable to provide with an accurate diagnosis for your problem. We will be needing a complete medical history in addition to physical examination to diagnose your problem. There a few possible causes for your problem such as infection, keloid formation (due to burn injury) or genital warts. We advise you to consult a doctor to find out the cause of your problem. You can get a private online consultation with one of our doctors so that we can help you further.

We hope that this answer has been helpful.
Thank you.

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Last Updated: Fri Oct 08 2021 22:17:59 GMT+0800 (Malaysia Time)
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