so 4 days ago i noticed a pea sized bump on the outer part of my labia minora its under the skin .When I noticed it there was a red dot in the center and I tried squeezing it but all that came out was blood. Its hard and doesn't hurt unless you try and squeeze it. It also seems to be getting a bit smaller when warm compresses are applied but doesn't go away fully..I don't think its an STD since the only person I have had sex with is my fiance and we have been monogamous for 6 1/2 years and I tested negative for any STDs So has anyone had this issue??? I am seeing a doctor next weak but just the fact that it is there is bothering me
I do Shave but its not in the area where hair grows its my inner lips. Its getting smaller now but its still there and is like a hard ball under the skin... Its still worrying me just because its there.
Hi Look if its going then your worries are over, time to sit back and take it easy, and your thinking its OK for him he has not got it, but if its getting smaller and going then theres not much any body can do.
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