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I have a bump on the side of my vagina and inner thigh popped it several times and blood and puss comes out but it comes back weeks later. Wat do I do?

I have a bump on the side of my vagina and inner thigh popped it several times and blood and puss comes out but it comes back weeks later. Wat do I do?

Boils: Good to consult a physician. Hopefully, these are ingrown hairs. Warm baths can help prevent these. May represent a bacterial infection requiring antibiotic. We need to check for Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus, if the infections are recurrent. ...Read more

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I have a bump near the side of my vagina and anus. It has been there for a month now and fluctuates in size. Now it has become pointed but with nohead?

I have a bump near the side of my vagina and anus. It has been there for a month now and fluctuates in size. Now it has become pointed but with nohead?

Perineal cyst: You should see a general surgeon, what you are describing may perfectly well be related to a sebaceous gland cyst, an external hemorrhoid, or. Bartolin's gland cyst. All these conditions are treatable by specialists. In the event that this is an infection should be drained, and the event of a tumor excised and undergo microscopic examination. ...Read more

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I have bumps on the side of my vagina and i don't why?

I have bumps on the side of my vagina and i don't why?

Vaginal bumps: Best to get vaginal bumps assessed to be diagnosed and then the treatment can be started. A physical exam with inspection is the best way to determine what the bumps are. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Recently I have been seeing bumps on the side of my vagina. They would go away then come back. Before it was only 1 now its a few. What could this be?

Recently I have been seeing bumps on the side of my vagina. They would go away then come back. Before it was only 1 now its a few. What could this be?

Various causes: There are a variety of causes and an exam is needed to confirm. If it comes and goes herpes infections are one possibility. Yeast infections are another. Contact irritants and allergic reactions can do this. Certain skin disorders like lichen sclerosis and lichen simplex chronicus are possibilities. ...Read more

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I have flesh colored bumps on each side of my vagina lips, on.The inside. They don't hurt, what could they be?

I have flesh colored bumps on each side of my vagina lips, on.The inside. They don't hurt, what could they be?

Not sure: How long have they been there? It is common to have small white bumps known as fordyce spots which are nothing more than small bumps due to visible sebaceous glands. Could also have bartholin's gland cysts however usually single. Herpes would ususally be painful and red. See your gyn. ...Read more

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I have a bump oneach side of my vagina on its outer lips where the hair grows. They are hard and medium size u cannot squeeze them. What could it be?

I have a bump oneach side of my vagina on its outer lips where the hair grows. They are hard and medium size u cannot squeeze them. What could it be?

Doctor can evaluate: Bumps may be cysts filled with dead skin cells and/or oily sebaceous gland secretions. Sometimes an infection happens if bacteria get inside the bumps and cause white blood cells to go there (causing pus). A primary care doctor, a dermatologist, or an ob-gyn doctor can evaluate and give some recommendations. ...Read more

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I have a white bump on the left side of my vagina and it really hurt yesterday but today it seems like it went down but what is it?

I have a white bump on the left side of my vagina and it really hurt yesterday but today it seems like it went down but what is it?

Bartholin gland cyst: Hi, the diagnosis will depend on exactly what part of the vagina is involved, the appearance of the bump itself, and whether there are any other abnormal findings. But a very common cause of a single bump on the side of the vagina (the labia minora) is a cyst/abscess of the bartholin gland. It should be carefully examined by a physician and can be easily drained. Usually no antibiotic needed. ...Read more