If lumps in your vaginal area do not respond to conservative treatment, your gynaecologist may recommend removing them. The length and complexity of this procedure will depend on the size and location of the lump.
What happens during vaginal lump surgery?
Prior to excision, your surgeon may examine the lump using a colposcope (colposcopy). They may also take a sample of the lump and the tissue surrounding it for analysis in a laboratory.
Recovery from vaginal lump surgery
Your length of hospital stay will depend on the level of surgery performed and your recovery.
Why choose Nuffield Health St Bartholomew's Hospital for your excision vaginal lumps
At Nuffield Health St Bartholomew's Hospital, our experienced gynaecologists provide you with quick access to treatment with a treatment plan which is personalised to you.
How to book a consultation with our experts at St Bartholomew's Hospital
Booking a consultation to see one of our gynaecologists at St Bartholomew's Hospital is easy. Simply call our dedicated hospital enquiry team on 020 3386 9006 and they will book you a consultation at a time and date convenient for you.
Alternatively, if you are unsure about the consultation process or excision vaginal lumps, our enquiry team will be more than happy to answer your questions.
38 Giltspur Street, London, EC1A 7BS
There are several bus stops within walking distance of the hospital. The closest rail and tube stations are City Thameslink - 5 min walk, Barbican - 5 min walk, Elizabeth line at Farringdon - 3 min walk. Car parking is available in Smithfield Car Park nearby.
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