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Lump under the skin of left labia majora, painless, increasing in size. Possible solutions to this?

Hi there, I discovered a very small, moveable, pea sized lump under the skin of my left labia majora , paralell to my clitoris, about 18 months ago. I forgot all about it as it was painless, but I have now discovered it again and it would have to be at least triple the size. It s still painless and moveable and relatively hard. Can you provide me with any possible solutions to this? Whether it s relevant/related or not, I m not sure, but - in the last 2 months I ve had a lot of trouble withe my iron levels and B12 levels (both too low) and had a benign ovarian cyst (right side) taken out about 4 months ago. Just to provide some history. Thanks heaps :)
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response

Thanks for your query.

You seem to have developed a veneral wart.
It appears as a skin colored lesions, which is mostly totally asymptomatic in nature.
It is a very slow growing lesion but since it is infectious , so it should be traeted as soon as possible.

Treatment includes application of anti wart paints which is mostly done by a dermatologist an case of genital lesions.

Hope it helps

Dr Geetika Paul
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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