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small pimple near my clitoris and vaginal lips

dear friends,
i am really worried since about a week.
actually what happened is, about one week before, i had some uncomfortable feeling at my vagina, i mean clittoris. but whenever i touched it and rubbed the clit i would feel better, in fact i felt pleased. it continued on, later i started having pain at my clitoris, and i had to touch and rub it for feeling better. the pain then got more severe than it was initially. i felt good when i touched it.....it was some kind of rashes there then. i try not to touch it, but that pain induces me to do it....it was just a rash previously, but i had once rubbed very hard. yesterday, i even used 'V-WASH' soap to reduce irritation. later yesterday night i saw there, there was a small pimple near my clitt without pus...and there was a small pimple near my vaginal opening/lips as well with pus. today morning, i found my clit has swollen. i have never engaged myself in sex, but i masterbate regularly, about once a day....
its painful there, and sometimes i cant even sleep nicely. i havent masterbated since i had the irritation.
please somebody help me, its painful....and i am afraid whats the matter. i cant even tell my family.
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Personally,I believe that it could be a kind of infection or if you shave your area there could be some kind of  irritation on your skin ( so that's why you have pimples), but  what about the pain?I think that even though you don't want to tell your family you should at least tell your mother so that you could visit a doctor.  
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this happens to me very often, it sounds like irritated bartholini gland, it usually will dissolve by its own.. just do not make any pressure on it because it might hurt more and its not pimple-  if it will not  dissolve by its own would ask your ob gyn
thank you mycyclegirl and missmochi for your suggestion and your concern. i hope the problem doesnot persist and go on its own. i will inform you further.
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