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Strange lump on my pubic area. I don't have any STD

Hi, I noticed yesterday a soft lump on my pubic bone , underneath the pubic hair . It s not painful unless I touch it and it s about the size of a ten cent coin. There s no secretion or anything like that, just the lump. The last time I had sexual intercourse was a few weeks ago, with my partner of 20 months. I got tested for STD s when I was pregnant with our daughter and had none, so I don t think it is an STD. Could you give me any ideas, before I decide that I really should see a doctor?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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A soft lump on pubic area is likely to be a sebaceous cyst.If it pains or becomes tender then it will have to be removed surgically. Otherwise you can let it remain as it is if it is not disturbing you much.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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