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Painful and itchy lump near clitoris, blood and pus on squeezing, have one partner since years. Cause?

I had a pap smear in November that came back normal. Two weeks ago a lump formed next to my clitoris, its been painful and then itchy. I squeezed it last night and puss shot out of it and I pushed more out until blood started to come out. This morning only blood came out when I squeezed it again. I know it can t be an STD because my fiancé has been my only sexual partner for the past six years. I thought maybe it was an ingrown hair , but hair doesn t grow there, so I m confused as to what it could be!
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Thanks for your query,
Swelling which is painful and pus inside suggests an abscess or a boil.
You need to send pus for culture and sensitivity.
Antibiotics needs to be started for infection.
NSAID's for symptomatic pain relief.
Get your STD profile done to rule out other infections.
Hope this helps,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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