I've found a spot like bump just above my vagina. It looks like a normal spot but I'm a bit concerned because of where it is. It hurts when I touch it and has got a bit bigger since I first saw it. It developed just after I
Your spot can be a variety of things depending on what it looks like unfortunately.
- Around your vagina you have a lot of small blood vessels/capillaries in that area. Sometimes if your a bit too rigorous in that area (say fingering) you can get one of those vessels upset. Its called Phlebitis and can look like a bump.
- Another thing it can be is a pubic hair gone ingrown.
- You could also just have an infected pimple. Believe it or not, you do actually have sweat glands down there afterall.
- It can also be sign of an underlying STD.
You are going to have to examine it and decide for yourself how serious/odd it is. If you are worried, it never hurts to get it checked by a doctor.
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