A common concern for women are bumps near the vagina. Before you panic, know that there are a several causes of bumps or pimples on the vulva the outer genital area , and most of them are not sexually transmitted diseases STDs or life-threatening problems. The infected bumps are often red, irritated, and tender. They may require an antibiotic cream, and if they are more severe, antibiotic pills. Cysts, fluid filled sacs, are common and can occur anywhere on the body. On the vulva, they often arise from a blocked skin gland.
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Vaginal cysts: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Bartholin abscess is the buildup of pus that forms a lump swelling in one of the Bartholin glands. These glands are found on each side of the vaginal opening. A Bartholin abscess forms when a small opening duct from the gland gets blocked. Fluid in the gland builds up and may become infected. Fluid may build up over many years before an abscess occurs. Often the abscess appears quickly over several days. The area will become very hot and swollen.
A worrier's guide to genital lumps and bumps: from causes to treatments
You discover bumps or a lump in your vagina or on your vulva the outer genital area — maybe while you are shaving, showering, or having sex. Your first thought might be that there is something seriously wrong, such as cancer or a sexually transmitted disease STD. Most of the time, however, bumps or lumps in these areas are not a sign of something serious. It is highly unlikely. Vulvar cancer is rare, according to the National Cancer Institute.
Posted 3 years ago , 4 users are following. I have recently notice a hard lump under my pubic hair. It doesn't seem to have any heads on it and is skin coloured. It seems to go quite deep under the skin too and doesn't move at all. It doesn't hurt at all unless I do anything to it like squeeze.