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A 45 year old woman came to the office because of she noticed a "bump" while putting here diaphragm. No other symptoms noted. No history of post coital bleeding. Sepculum examination revealed (see image below) and with sustained endocervical bleeding after passing a cotton swab.

Liquid Fluid Gesture Eyelash Recipe

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Which of the following can be appropriately told to this patient.

A) Biopsy is needed to rule out cervical cancer
B) This is a benign condition and no treatment is needed
C) Stop using the diaphragm as it is the cause of this bump
D) Ultrasound imaging is needed to look for other lesions
E) You may expect to have irregular bleeding in the upcoming months

PS- this question I made ;)
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