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    Vaginal blister?

    I am not sure what this is called, last May 16 I got this little bump on the labium major part that looks like a mosquito bite or a blister and it's red. I didn't bother looking at it because this is not first time it happened. Now it's still there, I didn't have any physical contact with my boyfriend for a year now. It kind of hurts upon palpation or touch. Maybe I got it from shaving? I'm afraid to see a doctor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beauty View Post
    I am not sure what this is called, last May 16 I got this little bump on the labium major part that looks like a mosquito bite or a blister and it's red. I didn't bother looking at it because this is not first time it happened. Now it's still there, I didn't have any physical contact with my boyfriend for a year now. It kind of hurts upon palpation or touch. Maybe I got it from shaving? I'm afraid to see a doctor.
    It could be a pimple or blister of some sort or there could be something more serious going on. Even though you have not had sex in a year you could still have an STD. These things can lie dormant. Trust me, it is better to go to the doctor than to let these things progress. Some STDs when untreated can cause all kids of side effects. Having a bump doesn't mean you have an STD, but you could. Either way there are other vaginal illnesses than can cause things like that. See a doctor, it is better to be safe than sorry.

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    I am back and after a few cream applications, the blister is gradually healing to return to its normal skin. I went to see my ObGyne to have it checked and she said that it is nothing serious. Thankfully, I am negative for STD. The vaginal bump was just a normal occurence, it must be in the weather or I was just stressed out.

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    I think you can meet specialist doctor and they will give good advice and thanks for share.

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