Small Bump on my Labia Minora - not painful or wart like
I've been kind of freaking out the last couple of days. I found a small, flesh colored, about the size of a small pea, bump on my labia minora. It does not hurt and it has not scabbed or anything. It also does not appear to be wart like at all. I saw my gyno yesterday and she took one look at it and said it didn't look like anything (herpes/warts) and called it a subacesous cyst. She didn't do any tests - but told me not to worry and just to keep a look out on it. I'm just really worried that it could still be STD related. I am not very promiscuous, but I do have HPV (not the wart kind according to my gyn). Recently I had unprotected sex with one guy (about 2 and half weeks ago). We have been dating and I know he is not the kind of to be promiscuous. However, the weekend after we slept together, I let someone else perform oral sex on me. His pants never came off. Should I believe my gyn? SHould I see someone else? I have never heard of bumps like this that aren't STD related. Are they normal? I just have this bad feeling I'm going to be punished for being bad for the first time ever :(.
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