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Swollen mons pubis, had done rigorous work out. Could that be the cause or something serious?

My mons pubis is swollen. It s soft but not tender to touch and is not red. The only thing I did differently before the problem occurred was that I worked out for 2 hours and overdid it because I was very sore for the next 3 days. Could this all be related or should I be worried about something serious? And what can I do to reduce the swelling?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Usually vigorous exercise does not cause any swelling or soreness in the mons pubis area unless there was a direct injury to that area.
A visit to a gynecologist will solve your problems as the doctor will be able to tell if there is a swelling or not, if so what kind of swelling it is.
Unless examination is done its difficult to assess the type of swelling and decide the treatment.
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Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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