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Had abortion. Cut seen on vagina above clitoris, bumps appeared and hurts, burns to pee. What could it be?

I just had an abortion a week ago today. A few days after, i noticed what seemed to be a cut on my vagina , right above the clit. it seemed that the skin was raw and gone in just a small circle shape, so i thought it must have been from irritation . Then i noticed a bump further down that hurts even more. It burns when i pee. I really don t think it is herpes , but what could it be?
Asked On : Sat, 14 Apr 2012
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This could be a small cut from the use of the speculum. Sometimes with vaginal procedures, the speculum must be manipulated for an adequate view of the inside of the vagina. Applying A and D cream to the cut can help it to heal. This is found in the section of the pharmacy where baby products are found, it is the yellow type, not the white zinc oxide brand. Herpes is a cluster of blisters that are filled with clear fluid. The blisters will burst and then scab over. Suspected herpes should be cultured by a Dr to make a diagnosis.
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