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Labia Minora And Hard Lump And Small And Itchy
I noticed a purple-ish small bump at the bottom of the labia minora. did not shave there. not itchy or painful. scared on what it may be. ?
Likely a cyst : It is possible that you have a small sebaceous cyst. These usually are asymptomatic unless they become infected or become really large. Also bartholin's cyst can occur near the entrance of the vagina. Cysts usually occur from blocked ducts causing secretions to build up. Best thing to do is to see your doctor if it does not improve or resolve in 2 weeks. ...Read more
Vagina has an itchy, burning sensation for 3 days that has been painful. No discharge. Swollen itchy growing bump-labia minora appeared 2 days ago?
Infection: The symptoms you describe warrant being seen and evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
My right (only) labia minora is a little swollen, painful, and a little itchy. I have no other symptoms. What could this be and how can I fix it?
May be an abscess: If you have a circumscribed area of painful swelling, you may have a bartholin gland cyst or abscess. You can try warm compresses for 2 days if you are not having fevers, nausea/vomiting and are not diabetic. Otherwise, you may need to have an incision and drainage by your family doc, gynecologist or in the emergency department if you do not have a regular physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My the part i assume to be the right labia minora from a diagram saw is swollen. It is bigger than the left and itchy for over a month now on and off.
Itchy swollen labia: Seek medical attention this week. May be yeast infection, cyst( Bartolins). Bacterial vaginosis , Trichamonas can also cause itching as can chemicals used in douching. Also at times a vaginal yeast infection is associated with new onset diabetes. Avoid chemicals, use simple, castile soap try sitz baths and seek medical attention this week. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infection: Considering the symptoms you describe, you could have a yeast infection or bacterial vaginitis, both of which are not sexually transmitted infections. And, these are quite common. The only way to know for sure is to have it examined by a physician, as it would need to be treated with an anti fungal or antibiotic. Make an appointment with your primary doctor or gynecologist ASAP. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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