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Noticed a pea sized red bump with a yellow centre on my labia minora 3 days ago. it popped the next day. bump is presnt til now with a bit puss left??
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Dr. Nicole Jarvisanswered
Obstetrics and Gynecology 24 years experience
See doctor: Various things such as ingrown hairs, sebaceous cysts, and STDs can cause bumps/blisters/sores that then drain. See doctor to get exam/STD testing and treatment recommendations.
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Last updated Oct 28, 2015
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