Lump inside vagina on back wall Watch

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Hi, please excuse any inaccuracies :o:

So my boyfriend was fingering me the other day and just said the back wall (when your lying down the one nearest the floor/ mattress) there was a kind of lump or 'bone' now neither of us are experienced so this could be normal. Then today I felt myself and it doesn't hurt, is hard and could be a bone if there is a bone in that area? :o: sorry I should probably know. I'm not too worried about it, it's probably always been there or might just be because I was aroused whenever I've felt it so might just be as a result? I'm just looking for a small reassurance that it's ok.

I'd be too nervous to go to the doctors unless it's last case scenario but if it changes or anything of course I will.

Thanks in advance
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If it doesn't hurt you, or make sex uncomfortable, then it's most likely nothing. If it's not giving either of you any issues then just don't worry about it
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I don't want to gross you out, but the back wall of the vagina rests against the rectum. You may have just felt last night's dinner...
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I know what you mean, OP, I think. I've done some fisting in my time, and things feel pretty weird then. I found what I would call a "bone" kind of lump, as well. It's a bit weird... *shudder*.... but yea it's probably just part of your pelvis or whatever
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Its probably your cervix though that isn't as hard as bone, it is a lump though and your boyfriend may well have felt it. Don't worry about that though, its meant to be there.
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It's either your cervix or poo that's building up ready for the logs to be losened.
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either way there's nothing to worry about i'd say
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There is a bone there, on the other side of the rectum (which doesn't have any **** in it, by the way, it's stored further up unless you're absolutely desperate for a ****), and is probably part of the pelvis - the rectum isn't thick at all, so you can feel through it (so thin in fact that you can finger the g-spot via anal fingering). But what's he doing on the back wall anyway? Did he get lost or something? Tell him to concentrate on the front wall, that'll do the trick.
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I have some sort of lump thing in my Vigina and have the idea what it could be I’m getting really nervous and anxious because I don’t know what it is it’s squashy it’s at the back wall of the vagina does anyone know anything should I be alarmed or is that normal. Tia
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Go to your gynecologist for a review and check that everything is normal. It is not worth losing sleep because of worry.
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i have a hard lump also on my back wall and i can puck it down and ir doesnt hurt but im scared my partner will feel it during sex
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It's your cervix. Calm down.
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