What is the reason for my left labia to be swollen with a whitish paste inside it ?
I m 15, and a virgin so it can t be an sti but my left labia is swollen and has white ish hard paste in the inside. it sounds disgusting and is embarrasing and is uncomfortable when i walk and go to the toilet. please help!
hello welcome to healthcare magic. from what you describe either you have a bartholincyst or a dermoid like lump in your labia. do not worry. you should go get yourself examines by a gynaecologist . you will nedd some antibiotics and also some slight removal of the cyst/lump after examination.
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