i have had this problem for about a month. i havent been to the doctor because i owe so much and i have no insurance. after intercourse one day i noticed my labia minora swelling it didnt hurt it was just round and felt a tad hard when i squeezed it it seemed like what ever is inside went away and came right back when i let go. it hasnt gotten any bigger but its almost the size of my clit right near my clit. there are no bumps around it it doesnt itch nor give me pain its just there. the only time im uncomfortable is when using the restroom. im so confused because i see all these things about cyst but i have non of the symptoms of a cyst nor is it in the spot where they say they occur. but as i said its been a month now if not a month it will be soon. and this is rather embarrassing please help if any one knows what this could be or has been thru this.
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