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Lump on labia majora. Not painful, feels uncomfortable, spotting. Taking antibiotic. Should i go for treatment?

found a small pea shaped lump on my labia majora about 2-3 wks ago, I noticed last week it had grown and is now very visable. It has also changed shape and is now more elongated, it is not painfull but becomes uncomfortable if touched or after wiping. I also had bleeding after going to the bathroom, a little in the toilet pan and on the toilet paper. I went to see my GP who said she wanted to try antibiotics and thought the bleeding could be mid cycle bleeding which i have vever had before. I have been taking the antibiotics for 3 days now and have had some very light spotting on my underwear and wen wiping. Should I go back to my GP?
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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From history it seems that either you might be having ingrown hair follicle infection or infected Bartholin cyst.
Continue with antibiotic medicine.
Apply antibiotic cream locally.
If cyst is there, there might be recurrence.
Get examined by your doctor.
Physical examination will give more precise information about your problem.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sun, 27 Oct 2013
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