I've haved a wart on my knee that is going away but I have what looks like the wart I had on my knee on my left inner thigh and on the bottom of my butt cheek and I also have one on my vagina near this sometimes painful huge bump appears on both sides between my vaginal area and butt cheeks after I have sex?
So I wanna know what both things are and I've never been to the gynecologist so I'm not sure what it could be...
Plz help (ps. I can't afford to go to the gynecologist)
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that anything I tell you here is just a guess, BUT, that said, it sounds most like you have some benign skin tags and possibly the larger swellings that you are referring to are swollen or inflamed Bartholin's glands. These glands are located on both sides of the vaginal opening and secrete lubricating fluids. They can become infected or inflamed. I would also advise you to see a doctor (when the areas are enlarged and tender) rather than take my guess work as gospel. Good luck! Dr B
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