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I have swollen lymph glans (glands) as well as a swollen labia. I also have a what appears to be a "cut" on the swollen labia and is now kinda scaby looking. I noticed this cut a couple of days ago because it caused me some burning. It is very uncomfortable to wear jeans, therefore I have been wearing very wide sweat pants that avoid as much contact possible with my vagina.
I have previously had UTI and a Yeast Infection. Before this cut appeared, I thought that I had UTI again due to the foul smell and the cloudyness of my urine which I still have, but I am now more concerned about the blister looking cut on my labia. Many people would assume it could be herpes which scares me. Any opinions before I go to the doctor?
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