Oka so I'm 17, my mom knows I'm sexually active,or well she knows I've had sex but she doesnt know I'm currently having sex. Anyway a couple days ago I got done having sex with my boyfriend and went to clean up, I was wiping and it hurt a little(I had also noticed some pain when receiving oral sex) so I felt around, I fund a lump in my right vagina lip right beside my clit, it was under the skinnot wasn't like a pimple or ingrown hair it was UNDER my skin, I felt it and it was about the size of my thumb(from my buckle closest to the end of my finger) I was feeling it, trying to figure it out. I squeezed it a little and it popped, I felt it pop, I could feel something coming out of it until it was completely deflated, like I said its been a couple days but it's still sore where the lump was, I don't know what t was. I am going to make an napointent to see a doctor but I'd like to know what it may be.
Most likely this is a sebaceous cyst. There are many oil glands in the genital region and they can sometimes get clogged. Oil backs up in the gland and a small movable 'bump' forms. I have gotten many of these in various sizes. My Gyno told me to apply a warm, almost hot, wash cloth to the area 3 times a day. The heat causes the oils in the gland to unclog and the bump will go away. If it gets too big or doesn't unclog, see your doctor.
I wouldn't worry about this too much, but would definitely mention it to your Gyno next time you see him/her. Also, it would be best to see your doctor BEFORE popping it the next time (if there IS a next time) They will take a tiny needle and aspirate some of the fluid to confirm it is just a cyst.
Hi there and welcome to the forum. Ugh, isn't that great when we find these types of things? It would still be wise to see your doctor because it could have been and can still get infected. Let us know what the doctor says about it hon. NOT sexually related. Good luck
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