Going to doctor tomorrow but was hoping for slight relief from any "experts". No issues or odd symptoms but two days ago I was feeling around in my vag and found a smooth bump. About one inch in near the bottom but under folds. It took some searching. . It's too far in to see but it feels small like a face pimple. Doesn't hurt or itch but since I've been poking at it 10 times a day it feels kinda painful and I can notice it without actually touching it. Like a dull ache. I can rule out herpes but I am concerned about warts. Does that sound like it could be or perhaps a pimple? I'm extremely scared. Hoping someone has heard of this before or had something similar. No other bumps in or out. Getting over a bad yeast infection also and just finished diflucan.
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