A 35-year-old female asked:
i have small pellet like lumps in labia minora near vaginal entrance .non painful about 5 of them really hard . please help :(?
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Internal Medicine 24 years experience
Labial lumps: Most likely, they are enlarged sebaceous glands, which secrete oil from beneath the skin to the surface, and is used to normally lubricate the skin and mucosal surfaces and hair follicles. It is totally harmless. Other possibilities include genital warts, vestibular papillomatosis, angiokeratomas, cysts, and others. You should see your ob/gyn or primary care doctor for evaluation.
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Last updated Apr 15, 2015
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