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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

Clitoris (Definition)

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


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Sebaceous cyst, skene cyst or other kind of cyst? Itchy hard lump near clitoris. A little painful but not bad at all. Not different color.

Sebaceous cyst, skene cyst or other kind of cyst? Itchy hard lump near clitoris. A little painful but not bad at all. Not different color.

Possibly: This could be a cyst which may go away on it's own or may require treatment. Sitting in a warm bath can help it go down. If it doesn't resolve you should see a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment and to make sure it's nothing more serious. ...Read more

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Hard lump, near clitoris in inner labia. Size of a little pea pod. Doesn't hurt only if I press on it. Skin color, no head to it.

Hard lump, near clitoris in inner labia. Size of a little pea pod. Doesn't hurt only if I press on it. Skin color, no head to it.

Cyst: It is probably a bartholini`s cyst. Small cyst from glands in the opening of the vagina. Usually asymptomatic but they can become infected. ...Read more

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Bladder infection symptoms and a large lump on clitoris. No infection is this an std?

Bladder infection symptoms and a large lump on clitoris. No infection is this an std?

See doctor: That's a tough one. Never heard of a lump on the clitorus unless you've even having a lot of sex, had some trauma and an incidental uti. The 2 phenomenon are not directly related unless the nerves are irritated on the clitorus and causing UTI sensation without an infection. ...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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I have a small, very painful lump under my clitoris. The lump is on the Frenulum, right under my clit. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you!

I have a small, very painful lump under my clitoris. The lump is on the Frenulum, right under my clit. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you!

GYN exam needed: This may be a cyst, abscess, irritation or an inflammatory papules.
Causes are multiple such as masturbation, tight thong undergarments, rough sex, finger foreplay, oral sex etc.
Discuss your sex life with your GYN. ...Read more

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I have had a jelly bean sized lump beside my clitoris for 2 years now. It is under the skin and shows no visible sign. Hurts slightly when pressed.

Vulva clitoral: It is not possible to diagnose what this is and what kind of followup without visual inspection. Please see a gynecologist soon. In a young person, most Vulva or clitoral lumps are benign. ...Read more

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I have a small puss lump on my clitoris. Doc took a swab and I am waiting for the results. Anything I can do to ease my worries till results come back?

I have a small puss lump on my clitoris. Doc took a swab and I am waiting for the results. Anything I can do to ease my worries till results come back?

In the future: Always always have barrier protected intercourse. It's not worth permanent STD's or a pregnancy you are not ready for. Good luck, could have just been a friction burn--just be careful in the future. The "recurrent yeast infections" could also just be sperm and seminal fluid coming back out (it's a one way street)--gets clumpy, whitish, usually doesn't itch too much, another benefit for condoms! ...Read more

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Hi, a couple days ago I noticed a small hard lump on my clitoris, it is skin colored and it stings a little, I have HPV so could this be from that?

Hi, a couple days ago I noticed a small hard lump on my clitoris, it is skin colored and it stings a little, I have HPV so could this be from that?

Possibly yes.: Yes, this absolutely could be the beginning of a genital wart formation related to your HPV infection. You definitely want to get in and have this area looked at closely. Please do get regular followup with your GYN regarding HPV. Did you get the HPV vaccination? Best of Luck! ...Read more

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I have just got rid of a Bartholins cyst but now have a hard lump on my clitoris, I also have lichen sclerosus which is under control at the monent?

See doctor: The hard lump on the clitoris needs to be examined to see what it might be. Not likely something bad, but still should get checked out. ...Read more

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I have a small pimple like lump on my clitoris, painful at first but not now and it's acting like a barrier also vagina is sore internally. Not sti?

Consult doctor: Small lump on clitoris and soreness of vagina suggest that there may be infection. You should be checked by GYN doctor, to r/o any infection specially any STD disease and treated accordingly. ...Read more

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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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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