hi....im 13 and i have this bump or pimple thing on my vaginal area... i know-gross right? i don't want to talk to my parents about it because i feel uncomfortable and this is not the kind of thing my parents are good about. they're not exactly the emotional type. anyways, well i didn't know what it was so i kinda..tried to pop it.. (EW) and some pus came out followed by blood (EEWWW EW) and so i don't know what it is.. obviously i'm not sexually active, so i've eliminated to thought of and std but it still scares me.. do you think you could help me out?
I have had one of these but on the inside of my vagina i poped it and it hurt really bad. Dont worrie my went away after that. So maybe wait a wial and see how it goes but make sure u get all the puss out.
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