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Small mole on inner side of Labia Minora, took a tweezers, had sharp pain. Suggestion?

hello, two months ago a saw a very small thing that looked like a mole on the inner side of my labia minora . I took a tweezer and pinched it off, it then bled for a short while and I forgot about it. Today while I was using the restroom and used tissue , I had a sharp pain. I got a mirror and looked, to see that there were two more and one was a little bigger than the other. I have not been sexually active.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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I would like to start by asking you why you would want to remove a mole (as this would be completely harmless), provided this is a mole.

Please do not try to remove any such prrsentations especially as you would not be doing so in a sterile manner.

Now coming to the presentation, I am unsure about this being a mole. Especially as you have seen two more new ones with varying sizes in such a short span.

I would request you to visit your doctor for the same, and get appropriately diagnosed and treated.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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