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well i have a lump on the outside of my vagina and is on the left side. it isnt liquid filled its just a lump, but its rly sore. i read about another woman with the same problem but im only 15, so does that mean something else? what should i do about it? and im not sexually active if that has anything to do with it. i've only got a dad and two brothers, and im despreate to find a solution w/o them having to know about it. >////<
yeah i dont know i have the same problem on the same side, it was there yesterday and i thought that it would go down but only got bigger, its painful and i dont want to spend hours at our hospital if i dont have to. does anyone have any answers? I cant do much since I am 5 months pregnant
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