Last week I found a pea- sized lump on my left labia and at first I thought it may have been an in-grown hair or something seeing that I shave a lot down there. It is about the same color as my skin and I kind of popped it and pus came out like a pimple. It doesnt really hurt unless my jeans or something is either rubbing it or touching it. i have no idea what this is but this is the second time it has popped up although it was on my lower right labia last time. There is also like a small pimple looking thing on my inner left thigh that kind of lines up with that lump on my labia. Please help because I'm worried and I scared myself even more because I googled herpes and got worried. I also want to try to avoid the doctor bc of the same reason. please please please help!
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