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Hard lump between vaginal opening and anus. Causes discomfort. What is it?

Hard lump between vaginal opening and anus. Causes discomfort. What is it?

Lump needs doctor: Hi. I can't tell you what your lump between the vaginal introitus and the anus that causes discomfort is, but I can tell you what it isn't - normal. It could be an abscess, a lymph node, a Bartholin's cyst, etc. I recommend you see your gyn. Good luck! ...Read more

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Is it normal to have a fleshy bump/lump at the base of the vaginal opening?

Possibly: You may be feeling a remnant of the hymen. I would ask your doctor next time you have an exam. If it isn't painful i wouldn't worry about it. But do ask when you have your next pelvic. ...Read more

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I have a lump or bulge on top of my vaginal opening the size of a nickel what could it be ?

I have a lump or bulge on top of my  vaginal opening  the size of a nickel what could it be ?

Bartholin cyst: Please see a GYN for a definitive vaginal examination: these are usually mucous filled cysts; however you are quite young and should be seen and examined ASAP ...Read more

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I have a painful lump on the inside of my vaginal opening it hurts when I sit a certain way when I walk and it's very painful during sex I am 49 years?

I have a painful lump on the inside of my vaginal opening it hurts when I sit a certain way when I walk and it's very painful during sex I am 49 years?

Sore?: It could be many things including an infection, sexual infection or could be a cyst. Hard to say but if it is really causing you problems you should see your doctor to sort it out. ...Read more

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I have a lump near my vaginal opening, and it's painful when pressed down, is it something to worry about? Or is it normal with hair removal?

I have a lump near my vaginal opening, and it's painful when pressed down, is it something to worry about? Or is it normal with hair removal?

Folliculitis?: It may or may not be a hair follicle infection, however a MD needs to see it to confirm if it continues to persist so that it can be treated. ...Read more