I am experiencing pressure in the part where urine (pee) comes out. I also have moderate pain in my abdomen (stomach) that seems to get worse at night. A few weeks ago I had a painless lump on my lip of vagina. and when I pee it sort of hurts and then I feel the urge to pee but no more comes out, then there's pressure in there and moderate throbbing. Not the throbbing associated with sex, but an irritating throbbing. Occasionally I experience a tiny bit of blood when I wipe but then I take clean tissue and whipe vaginal opening (where a man would enter) and there's no blood. I think it's coming from where my pee comes out. This doesn't happen every time I pee but every couple days. But the pain and pressure is constant. It doesn't come and go. Can anyone tell me what's wrong with me. I am 33, not too young'
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