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Irritating lump on vagina. What could it be?

Hi im 16 and i have found a small hard lump on my labia majora , i tried popping it but a small blood bubble appeared, i then popped that and the small hard lump is still there. It does not hurt but it is irritated as it is exactly along my knicker line. Im really worried and i am too embarrased to go see a GP. What do you think it is? i am of course worried it is cancerous
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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You should not be worried so much and not be so shy.
This lump on the labia majora can be a:lipoma(fat cell),fibroma(bening solid tumor)or hydradenoma(originates from the sweat glands) and endometriosis that is rare.You should not touch because you can irritate the skin around this should have personal hygiene and you can lubricate with some solution that contains smalls amounts of alcohol.If this lamp continue to stay in same amount and do not rise you should go immediately to the doctor to see what is it.
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Answered: Fri, 22 Nov 2013
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