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Hard Bump On Pelvic Area
Just woke up and felt a very small bump under my skin above the vaginal area like the pelvis its hard to describe where. What could it be? A cyst?
Hard to say: Without being able to see what you are referring to or giving more information as to its size, location and appearance it is hard to guess. I would schedule a virtual visit through Healthtap prime and let one of the online doctors see what you are referring to ...Read more
I have a bump on my pelvis. I noticed I got from my pants being tight but it won't go away what is it? Flesh colored and has no pus, its hard.
Hard bump under my skin lower right pelvic region. Size of a raisin. It is not warm. Slightly red, only painful when pressure applied. No marks on it.
I have a hard bump on my leg between pelvis and knee, and it just recently started hurting. Should I see my doctor? Or try treating it at home?
YES: If you do not recall anything that could have caused this, it is time to see your primary care physician. There are so many possible yhings that can cause a bump in that area, that it is best to have it looked at. ...Read more
I have a hard bump? Almost like the start of a boil on the top of my vagina lip or lower pelvic bone. Is this something to be worried about. It is sore and painful when touched or squeezed
this could be an inflamed cyst, small abscess, or clogged Bartholin's gland. A gynecologist or dermatologist can usually make the diagnosis with a visual exam. If necessary, surgical drainage of a cyst or abscess could be done, or an excision of the bump, if it is determined that a biopsy is needed. It is unlikely that it is a tumor, but it would be wise to have a proper exam done of the bump, as soon as possible. ...Read more
Several things: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
I have a bump on my pelvic area but it's not an STI because I am still a virgin. What could it be?
I have a pea sized bump on the right side of my pelvic area, about where your bikini line would be. It doesn't really hurt, but should I be worried?
Pump: I think it is reasonable to have your doctor look at it. Good luck ...Read more
I have a painful red bump on my vaginal area. It's on the left side and is closer to the top of my pelvic area. What could it be?
Cyst: The most common painful red bump in the vagina are Bartholin's gland cysts (these are when a duct that normally drains into the vagina gets blocked and can fill up with fluid and pus. Sometimes a red bump is an infected hair follicle on the vulva, and sometimes it's HPV wart or even herpes. Unfortunately, difficult to diagnose over the internet, so best if you see a doctor and have it looked at. ...Read more
Hello. I'm a 17 yr old male who has little bumps underneath my skin around my pelvic area. They range from rice size to pea size. Is this normal?
Too little to say: You should really either make a Virtual Consult with one of the HealthTap doc's or a doc in your area. Since you live in NYC consider having a face-en-face in one of my offices. ...Read more
I have had itchy bumps on my pelvic area that seem to have spread. They almost look like little blisters and then they scab up and itch. What is this?
Herpes infection: Is a possibility. See your doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
Need more info: This is hard to answer without a physical exam. Please see your family physician asap. ...Read more
I often get large painful bumps on my pelvis area. They resemble blood blisters and they always go away without treatment. Why do I get them?
1 day after all night long sex pelvic area was red and had a few random bumps. It looks irritated. 5 days after 1 bright red bump on roof of mouth?
It coudl be irritati: You are correct that this might be related to prolonged activity. The pelvic bumps and those on the roof of the mouth could be trauma also. Another concern is infection. This is something to discuss with your physician. ...Read more
Chronic itching around pelvic area & into inner thigh closest to genital area. There's some swelling small bumps after scratching, leaves scars. Dry?
Fungal infection: Sounds like jock itch (tinea cruris). Caused by a fungus and results in red, itchy skin in the groin area that can expand onto the thighs. Most OTC anti-dandruff shampoos like Nizoral have ketoconazole in them that will treat the fungus. This shampoo can be applied in the shower. If this does not clear the infection, follow up with FP doc. ...Read more
What is it when you have a tender, blood, and pus filled bump in pubic area of the vagina? I noticed two very tender, blood, and pus filled bumps in my vagina area. Its not located on the lip area of the vagina, its more located on the pelvic area (if tha
Hello.: Hello. I can't diagnose this based on how I visualize what you are describing. However, if this is in the vaginal area, it is recurrent and there is pustular discharge, recommend that this be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Lymph nodes?: Lymph nodes are commonly found in the groin, and usually mean nothing. If painful, or enlarging, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
I noticed a small bump where my euretha connects to my pelvis. The euretha has also shrunk inward. What could this be?
Well most females: Cannot directly inspect their urethra which is hard to see. But you should ask your doctor about this. I would get a doctor to look at you and decide if you really have any change related to your female urethra. What age are you? ...Read more
I have a lot of white flaky rings on my pelvic around the base of my hair and two small bumps I have shaved a while back and now my hair growing back?
This is not unusual: Just like shaving anywhere, the hair follicles can become irritated and inflamed afterwards and the red bumps are likely associated with hair growing back. This is common. Make sure you shave (carefully!) with a clean blade, rinse after each stroke, exfoliate gently afterward, and don't use fragrance powders/lotions. OTC cortisone cream can help with redness/bumps. Stay well:) ...Read more
Could be: Could be a UTI also could be pelvic inflammatory disease. Also could be many other things. See your gyn. ...Read more