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Have reoccurring itchy lump on inner labia. Any ideas?

hi I have a small reoccurring lump on my inner labia , occasionally and at present it gets extremely itchy and tender, it even feels like there are tiny hard lumps on it, it s always been sensitive bit when it gets like this it s uncomfortable all the time, it s always on the same side in the same place, any ideas? ? Thank you
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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hello. Thanks for the query.
Symptoms of Recurring lump on inner side of labia suggest bartolin's cyst. Since its tender and and recurring at the same side and site, Bartolin's cyst has progressed to bartholin's abscess.

A Bartholin's abscess forms when a small opening (duct) from the gland gets blocked.

Soaking in warm water four times a day for several days usually provides some relief and causes the abscess to open and drain on its own. However,drainage of abscess and MARSUPIALIZATION is tratment of choice.

Dr Nilofer
Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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