A 25-year-old female asked:
I have a small lump on my labia minora. not near the opening of the vagina. its on the other side of the labia. its a little itchy what could it be?
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General Practice 52 years experience
Sebaceous cyst: Sebaceous cysts are caused by a blocked sebaceous gland (oil gland ) . Commonly occur in the vulva and appear as a small, hard lump, which is generally painless. Sebaceous cysts do not require treatment unless they cause discomfort.
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Last updated Sep 18, 2018
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