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Pregnant, having hard lumps on outer lip along the vein. How to treat it?

I have some lumps that get slightly hard on the left very outer lip of my area and it doesnt hurt or itch its just uncomfortable when i walk sometimes. I am pregnant and havent seen an ob yet and im just worried slightly. It looks like its along that vein thats right there and it doesnt have an heads. Its just a continuous line of limps but its bot on the bottom half of lip. Mostly top....oh and if it helps i did just get over scabies recently but thia showed up last week
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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I am able to understand that the problem is pregnancy related
Engorged veins around the vagina during pregnancy is common and
sometimes knot like swelling may be there along the course of the vein
Usually disappear after delivery
Other causes are infectious and Herpes has to be ruled out
OG opinion and if necessory dermologist's opinion is indicated
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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