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Small Lump In The Vagina
Small lump in my vagina below my urethra tissue and it goes slightly inside i can pull it out and hold it it's soft not hard with ridges underneath :(?
Needs exam: You may be describing a urethral diverticulum. A doctor would need to see it to confirm but this may be what you are seeing and feeling. ...Read more
I found a small lump near my vagina then it disappeared now its come back and within 3 days its just smaller than a golf ball and really sore?
Bartholin's?: An examination will be needed to make a diagnosis and treatment options. It sounds like you my have a bartholin's cyst. Google that and see if this is what you have. If so an obgyn can drain it for you. ...Read more
My hormones have been unbalanced and i discovered a small lump outside my vagina, will it go away when my hormones are normal? Not sexually active
See your doctor: You need and examination, could be a cyst or other infection. ...Read more
I av a small lump on my vagina nxt to my clitorus. Also i av thick white discharge and cloudy pee. What could this be?
I have a small hard lump on my vagina, slightly above my clitoris. It hurts but a warm compress so I can extract a small bit of pus. What do I do?
Warm compress: A warm compress is a good home remedy, or you could sit in a bathtub of warm water (add a little epson salt or sea salt to the water). If a little pus is coming out on it's own, then you could encourage the rest to come out with a little firm pressure, avoid squeezing the lump hard - if it is ready to drain it will not require a lot of pressure. If it's getting bigger or increased redness see MD ...Read more
I have had a small white lump on my vagina for a while it is not sore or filled with puss, I got a spot next to it,is this herpes or ingrown hair?
Can't diagnose: this one without examination / evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a small pea sized hard lump in my vagina that was never there before following the birth of my son and an abnormal pap should I be concerned?
Yes: The two conditions, a vaginal mass and an abnormal PAP, may or may not be related. In all likelihood, they are unrelated. But, the abnormal PAP must be have followup exam(s) and or tests. The lump may be some scarring from the birth. especially if you needed some stitches for a vaginal tear. Again, an exam is necessary and an excisional biopsy may be warranted. ...Read more