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bluish lump under skin on inner lip of labia majora
The other day in the shower I noticed that my left lip of my labia majora was uneven. When I took a closer look, I found a dark bluish lump about the size of a pea, underneath my skin between the labia majora and the clitorus. At first, the lump was the color of my skin with a little tint of blue (easily mistaken for a vein), but a few days later, it became darker. At this point, it is a medium dark blue color and has remained like that for about a few days. The lump is not painful so I don't know what it could possibly be. I've never had this before and I'm becoming worried. I do not have access to a gyno and I need to know what this could possibly be!!!
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