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Pregnant with bump on outside labia, green in colour and not painful. Cause for this bumps?

Hi my name is Staci, I am 32 weeks pregnant while showering today i felt a bump on the outside of the labia it is not flush with the skin and it is green in color, i was just checking again to see if i could get a better look at noticed the same colored bump just on the other side of the vagina directly even with the other one the spots are not painful in anyway. Any idea what this issue would be?
Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
According to your description there is possibility of bartholin cyst.
Bartholin gland will be situated near the vaginal opening. Its function is lubricating the vagina.
Sometimes when the duct of gland gets blocked it can from a cyst and when it get infected abscess can occur.
So you better consult your gynecologist once and check for this possibility and follow her advice.
Take care.
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