Last night I noticed a slight irritation in my Labia just inside the outer fold. I have felt this place for a while now and thought It was a skin tag. I shave in that area and have nicked it before. However, last night I looked at it and it is a beebee size blood blister looking spot. The best way to describe it is it feels like a beebee just under the skin. Kind of firm (not mushy soft) It is dark colored and perfectly round kind of like a beebee size blood blister but it won't bust. It does not look to have a head or anything. Just round and dark in color. It scared me to death. It has not grown recently because I have felt it for a while now. But I have never noticed up close till last night. I am worried and I can't see a doctor until after the holiday this week coming.Please tell me this is not a cancer. I am fair skinned, but have been perfectly healthy my whole life (43 yrs old)
I think this is a cyst, which is common in this area. I don't think it has anything to do with cancer. I suggest you leave it alone until you can see a doctor and get the reassurance you need to be able to ignore it.
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