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Felt pinch in labia, excruciating pain. Developed bubble on labia minora covering vaginal opening. Blood test done

I felt a "severe pinch" in the labia area then excruciating pain. Labia minora inflammed & protruding outside of vaginal area. It's like a big bubble completely covering my vaginal opening. this bubble is attached to the labia minora & is extremely & constantly painful, constant stabbing filled with blood/fluid (no pus). All blood work is normal.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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hi, u did not tell for how long u r feeling so, but i can judge that it should be an acute problem as it is so painful. are u having fever also...
it seems to be an infection, probably by a virus, herpes more likely. detailed history and clinical examination are very important to arrive at a definitive diagnosis. so it is advisable that u go to a gynaecologist or veneral disease specialist as soon as possible and start the treatment.
Answered: Mon, 24 Jun 2013
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