I shave my pubic area. I did develop a bump on my bikini line a few months ago. It was not painful and has some flaking skin around it. I used an ointment for ingrown hair. It took away the flaky skin. The bump is still there, about the size of a pencil eraser, but it is hard to feel unless you push in on the skin.
The only thing I can think of is maybe its from shaving. I would suggest getting it checked out by your OB or doctor.I really can't tell you exactly what it is and your doctor will have a more accurate diagnosis. Good luck and hope all is well!!
I have had the exact same thing, its where you are shaving. I have had one under my arm too. So i stopped shaving my bikini line and it went away. It took a while but it did go. I went to the docs as it scared the hell out of me! And that was his conclusion. Its your Lymph Nodes. They are perfectly harmless.
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