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Lump on vagina, sore, painful during sex. Solution?

Hi i have a lump on my left flap of my vagina . It is about the size of a golf ball its allso continues towards my bum. This lump is very sore. It is very tender when i try and wipe after going to the.toilet I cannot have sexual intercourse i tried but it is.way to painful. This does not have a pusie head on it Can you please help me on ho wto get rid of it. Im very scared. Of what it might be. And im too embarrased to go to a doctor
Asked On : Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Hello
Thanks for your query.You have a tender lump on vagina You have not mentioned since how long this lump is there? Most probably this could be Infected Bartholin cyst.This needs to be incised and drained at earliest.Please consult Gynecologist who will on clinical examination will take the decision .There is no reason why you should be worried to go to the Doctor for treatment.for your own safety and comfort.
Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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