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Small but hard lump in vaginal area. Help?

Small but hard lump in vaginal area. Help?

Get an exam.: There are many things that could cause a bump in the vagina. The best thing to do is have an exam, so that your doctor can see where exactly the bump is, color, if it is tender, etc. ...Read more

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I have a very painful lump in vaginal area near groin. Started as pea size and shape about 3days ago now grape size. Should I worry or not due to pain

I have a very painful lump in vaginal area near groin. Started as pea size and shape about 3days ago now grape size. Should I worry or not due to pain

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. It sounds like an ingrown hair or a small vaginal cyst. A gynecologist should be able to visualize the area and guide you through the next steps. ...Read more

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I have a lump in my vaginal area. Should i see the doctor, or wait to see if it goes away on it's own?

Appt: Schedule an appt. And if it spontaneously resolves you can always cancel, but getting a good clinical exam is the way to go, even if for a well check-routine gyn maintenance examination. ...Read more

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Noticed a lump in my vaginal area that seemed to have gotten larger it doesn't look like a pimple or anything . I think maybe its a cyst?

Noticed a lump in my vaginal area that seemed to have gotten larger it doesn't look like a pimple or anything . I think maybe its a cyst?

Common: Cysts are common in this area. Have it looked at by a gynecologist to determine if it needs further investigation or surgical correction. ...Read more

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Hard pea sized lump in the vaginal area just got it today and popped it and puss like stuff came out what could the bump be? It's still really hard.

Bartholin's cyst: The most likely cause is a Bartholin's cyst. The two Bartholin's glands lie next to the entrance to the vagina. They make a small amount of mucus-like fluid. A fluid-filled swelling (a cyst) sometimes develops from a blocked duct that drains the fluid from a Bartholin's gland. Sometimes a gland gets infected, which may then develop into a collection of pus (an abscess). ...Read more

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What is this strange lump during a shower i discovered a lump in my vaginal area right above my clitoris. The lump doesn't hurt but i know it's there so it gives me a sort of irritatinf feeling. I don't have a discharge and it doesn't burn when i urinate.

What is this strange lump during a shower i discovered a lump in my vaginal area right above my clitoris. The lump doesn't hurt but i know it's there so it gives me a sort of irritatinf feeling. I don't have a discharge and it doesn't burn when i urinate.

A : A painless lump in the vaginal area could be a wart, a mole, an infected hair follicle, molluscum contagiosum, or one of many glands that are in that area and can become swollen. Your best bet is to give your doctor a call and let them examine you. They will be able to tell you what it is, whether it needs to be treated and if so, how to treat it. Good luck! ...Read more

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If you have only one lump down in your vaginal area but it is sore and painful . And it has discharge when popped not itchy what could it be?

Many possibilities.: This can be from a simple folliculitis, sexually transmitted disease or a Bartholin's gland cyst. See your physician for further diagnosis and treatment. Large cysts may require drainage by your doctor and antibiotics. If fever is present, or pain continues, see your doctor immediately. ...Read more