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Vaginal Bumps And Lumps
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
I've notice I develop bumps on vaginal area And I have a lump the bumps sometimes have white puss come out I've never had inter course can you help me out I'm very worried?
Lumps and bumps: It is difficult to say without being able to examine you in person. You may simply have a mild case of "folliculitis" which is infection or inflammation of the hair follicles which usually resolves with proper hygiene and sometimes antibiotics. A sexually transmitted infection is much less likely given the fact you have never had intercourse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Blocked gland: It sounds most like a blocked gland. Basically a pimple. There are a lot of glands in the vaginal area. Sweaty rubbing like with sex can cause dead skin and bacteria to get pushed into the pore and block the gland secretion. Showering after sex and applying a heating pad for 10 minutes 2-4 times daily can help. Get an evaluation if that doesn't help within 3 days. Sometimes drainage is needed. ...Read more
Large, hard, red, painful quarter-sized lump/bump under skin with no head and no discharge near vaginal area. What is this? How can I get rid of it?
Came back from the gym tonight and seen and I have a large red lump/bump on my vaginal lip I'm too embarrassed to see a doctor as I am only 12?
This might be an: Infection. I know it is embarrassing for you but it needs to be looked at and treated. Tell your mother about it and have her go with you. There will be a female at the doctor with you as well. The doctor will be understanding and not embarrass you. It could get a lot worse if not treated, it will be ok to go to the doctor. ...Read more
Found a small round hard lump to the left of my cervix under the skin if you press into the vaginal wall. The bump isn't on my cervix. Clear pap?
Pelvic exam: It is not entirely clear here what sort of lump you have discovered. The best thing to do is to schedule a visit with an Obgyn and show them what you are finding. They will be able to guide you on if it is normal or not. ...Read more
Consider laser tx.: Insure you use fresh, sharp blades vice dull blades. If hair is > several mm long – then trim before shaving. Wash area before shaving – warm water helps to soften hair. Use a lubricant when shaving. Avoid using products that contain alcohol or are scented. Shave in direction of the hair – not against it. Be gentle when shaving – don’t push down too hard. Moisturize skin after shaving. ...Read more
This could be a: Pimple, but it also could be a cyst, infected or uninfected. It could also be a genital wart. I would advise having it looked at by your doctor. ...Read more
Yeast or: Irritation from a contact irritant. See your doctor. ...Read more
BENIGN cyst: Cysts in vaginal area are common due to the many glands that provide lubrication, etc. The gland towards the bottom of the vagina can 'get plugged up' causing a fluid filled cyst (called a Bartholin's cyst). A complication of the cyst is an infection so I would see your gynecologist (or provider) for confirmation and treatment. Hope you're better soon! ...Read more
No douching: Douching is not recommended. It increases the risk of pelvic infections. Use just plain soap and water for cleaning the outside genitals. The vagina is self-cleaning. The bumps are likely normal parts of your anatomy. Either hymenal ring or glands. You can have an exam and ask the doctor to show you the normal anatomy so you have a better idea of what is normal. ...Read more