i recently got a red round/hard bump or something that looks like a pimple, on my left inner labia i also have one on my right inner labia.. but their very small ... although the one on my left is a little bigger but its hard and when you touch it, it hurts.. it's sort of like a ball since its in the middle of the labia, and when you touch it with both fingers its like it's on both sides but its just one. im not sure what to do, and im not sure what it is.. i dont know if its a cyst.. it's not growing.. i tried putting a hot cloth on it and they did get more red than before, im not sure if its a good thing or a bad thing.. although i feel a little better.. i just want to know what i can do to take this away since i cant see a doctor, in the next month or so , because of my insurance.. if someone can help me that would be great. ! thank you
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