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What can be pea sized lump with pus in cliotoris ?

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i have a small pea sized lump in my clitoris. it is not painful, but i can squeeze it and sometimes some puss comes out. what is it and how concerned should i be?
Posted Sun, 6 May 2012 in Penis Problems
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 13 minutes later
Hello Emmaline,

Thanks for your query.

Any lump in the genital area has to be treated as a sexually transmitted disease if you are sexually active. It would be wise to get tested for stds like syphilis,herpes,gonorrhea etc. If the test is normal and you are cleared of stds then this is probably a cyst or a clogged gland. Unless they get infected, they are pretty harmless. If the cyst has started discharging, then there is probably no active infection.

Apply hot fomentation on the area few times a day. This is the best home remedy available for you.

If the cyst doesnt resolve in a few days then antibiotics will be required as its probably getting infected.

I suggest that you get an std panel first. If clear, your doctor can give you antibiotics for the cyst if needed.

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Follow-up: What can be pea sized lump with pus in cliotoris ? 7 hours later
What is Invlved in an STD panel? Thanks :)
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 14 minutes later
Well its basically a panel of tests for most common stds like herpes,syphilis,gonorrhea,hpv,chlamydia etc.All std clinics will do them.

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Follow-up: What can be pea sized lump with pus in cliotoris ? 1 hour later
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 3 minutes later
Well just a blood test.Wont hurt if done properly.

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