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Pea sized hard bump next to vaginal opening
so i have a hard pea sized lump next to the opening of my vagina. i am freaked out because a couple of weeks ago i noticed a small bump next to my vaginal opening but it just felt like a pimple and it went away within 2 days so i never went to the doctor for it. two days ago though i noticed a bump in the same exact spot. then yesterday i felt it again and it was bigger and harder than before. today it is about the same size as yesterday. it hurts to the touch and sometimes when i walk or sit and my underwear rubs against it, but the pain is only a mild irritation its not intolerable. i looked at it and it just looks like a red lump. there hasnt been any discharge or anything like that but it feels like it might be puss filled or something like that. i am a complete virgin the most i have ever even done is made out so im pretty sure its not an std. i think i am going to schedule a doctors appointment if it doesnt get any better by tomorrow but does anyone have any advice or ideas on what it could be? anything would be appreciated im pretty worried!
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It could be a scabeous cyst. Take a warm bath and soak in the water so that it will release the puss inside the bump and u will feel relief. If it doesnt go away after 3 baths then go to the doctor. I have the same problem & im a female.
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