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Hard, painful bump on the vaginal lip with oozing pus, blood and clear fluid on squeezing. Herpes?

I had a hard bump on the left lip of my vagina . I figured it was an ingrown hair , so I squeezed it... first came a white puss, then blood , and now if I squeeze it, just clear fluid comes out. It s pretty painful, and now it kind of looks like an open sore, and I m not sure if that s because I popped it, or if it s because it s something else... Does this sound like it could be herpes?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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I dont think its Herpes as the first time you squeezed it, white pus would not have come out. I think it was a boil that you squeezed. I would suggest that you apply neosporin powder and soframycin ointment. Also use warm compresses to help the fluid drain. Keep the area dry and clean. Avoid touching the area.
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Answered: Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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