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pea sized lump in labia. Is it genital warts ?

Ok, so I went to my gyno about a year ago and she told me that I had genital warts . I didn t see any, but I carried out the treatment nonetheless. Two weeks ago I went again, and she said that there wasn t anything there, and so I went home happy. Yesterday I was looking at my labia, and right near the entrance where (I think that s what they are) the hair follicles are (bumpy-like thingies) there was one bump about pea sized, not normal, it is whitish/ skin coloured, there is no discomfort and when I stretch the skin around it it sort of disappears... could this be a wart or is it something else? Also it seems as if the entrance to the vagina (where the hymen used to be) is frequently tearing (I had a baby 3 years ago and I didn t get stitches) is this normal after sex?
Asked On : Thu, 24 Feb 2011
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The swelling at the entrance of vagina can be diagnosed only after examining the lump. It can be a wart or just a blocked gland or infected hair follicle.Regarding the tearing of hymen, if you had a normal delivery without stitches then it is not likely to tear again.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 24 Feb 2011
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