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Cyts appear on Labia Minora , Please suggest me the treatment!

I am 28 unmaried female. 1.from about 2 yrs(irregulary) some small (not 2 hard) cyts appear on Labia Minora sometimes 1 r more than 1 after periods(normal) with a sensation of pain.cyts disappear automatically little by little after some days. is this a serious problem. size of L. minora always remains a bit more than L.majora vd a feeling of little pain 2. im ,vng under-developed breasts bt lobules are good.Around d nipples there is hair growth(hair growth is not on chest bt more on face(chin hard growth) and legs. suggest treatment,cause and name of the disease (to Scorpiol @ as soon as posb. i,ve nt consulted any doctor yet.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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Better you consult a doctor. without examination nature cyst cannot be known .Mostly they should be benign cysts. Go for hormonal evaluation by blood tests. Mostly you might be having pollycystic ovaries. Keep in touch.
Answered: Sat, 12 Dec 2009
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