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What is this strange lump during a shower i discovered a lump in my vaginal area right above my clitoris. The lump doesn't hurt but i know it's there so it gives me a sort of irritatinf feeling. I don't have a discharge and it doesn't burn when i urinate.

A : A painless lump in the vaginal area could be a wart, a mole, an infected hair follicle, molluscum contagiosum, or one of many glands that are in that area and can become swollen. Your best bet is to give your doctor a call and let them examine you. They will be able to tell you what it is, whether it needs to be treated and if so, how to treat it. Good luck! ...Read more

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The clitoris is a female sexual organ present in mammals, ostriches and a limited ...Read more


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I have a lump on my left lower clitoris outside of the clitoris where all women love shaving to look sexy, just noticed it early this morning is big?

I have a lump on my left lower clitoris outside of the clitoris where all women love shaving to look sexy, just noticed it early this morning is big?

See Dr.: It is very tough to diagnose anything over the computer, so it is recommended for you to see your ob/gyn dr. For a vaginal evaluation and proper diagnosis. If you shaved that area, it could be an infected hair follicle that is becoming abscessed, and it may need to be incised and drained, and or treated with antibiotics. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Painful lump in clitoris, what is it?

Painful lump in clitoris, what is it?

See your doctor: You need your doctor to review what it may be. If it is a sexually transmitted disease you will need this treated, if it is an abscess she will be able to incise and drain and treat with antibiotics. ...Read more

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I found a lump next to my clitoris. Should i be worried?

I found a lump next to my clitoris. Should i be worried?

Needs evaluation: Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. ...Read more

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Lump in my clitoris, what could this be?

Lump in my clitoris, what could this be?

Simple vs serious: Our bodies always have things that grow and change. Skin, fat, muscle, lymph nodes, bones, can change shape, get larger, more prominent due to many factors. The vast majority are not cancer but simply unusual growths like fatty tumors, cysts, skin tags, moles, etc. Most cause no symptoms and can be watched. If they cause symptoms or change colors, bleed, bruise or hurt, then see your doctor. ...Read more

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Small lump just below the clitoris that swells up at times and then shrinks. When swelled up sometimes has a slight purple color. Doesn't hurt at all.

Small lump just below the clitoris that swells up at times and then shrinks. When swelled up sometimes has a slight purple color. Doesn't hurt at all.

Poss Vien: Without examination is difficult to say, but it sounds like a vein much like a varicose veins that can occur in other areas. A bit unusual for you to have it there, but still possible. Get it checked to be on the safe side. Always helpful to have a medical professional check unusual things like this. Glad to hear that it is not painful. ...Read more

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I have noticed an extra lump growing on the left side of my clitoris opening, it protrudes out and burns when i touch it. I am worried, please help.?

I have noticed an extra lump growing on the left side of my clitoris opening, it protrudes out and burns when i touch it. I am worried, please help.?

See your doc: You need to see your gynecologist to evaluate this. Its hard to tell from your description. It needs further evalation and you'll worry less when you know what it is. Best wishes. ...Read more

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What is it? I have a round lump in the area where my clitoris is. It is pea sized and it doesn't hurt. It seems to be connected to the same thing above my clitoris, that the clitoris is connected to. What might this be? Whatever it is it keeps changing in

You : You may be dealing with a cyst, boil, or an inflammed lymph node. A boil would probably be more painful. Regardless it's very difficult to say without actually seeing it. A visit to your primary care provider or gynecologist will help in getting a diagnosis and treatment if necessary. Good luck. ...Read more