What does Virginal Introitus mean on a pelvic exam, prior
Patient :What does Virginal Introitus mean on a pelvic exam, prior to a gyne surgery? My medical records does not say vaginal introitus, but Virginal Introitus. My records say, "there is a virginal introitus." Does this mean the doctor is under the impression I'm a virgin based on the exam or is he basing this by what I told him? What does Virginal Introitus mean for a pelvic exam done in the hospital, prior to a gyne surgery?
Symptoms: There is a raspberry like bump or lump at the entrance of my vagina opening. The bump is a the top wall of the vaginal opening, in the center, and inside the vagina, not outside, but it is right near the vaginal opening.
Thank you for the question
I have not heard of the term Virginal introitus before. I think you should confirm what the Doctor means by this and also get tested for STD at the same time to confirm if you have any disease.
I also believe that you have some disease and need an examination for the diagnosis. See a Docto
Hope this helps you.
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