A few weeks ago I noticed a small bump between my legs, but very close to my vagina. Its deep under the skin & is not red or anything, but it is very uncomfortable and hurts just a little from time to time, but is usually only after I wipe down there. It's been there for a few weeks now & it seems like it may have gotten just a little bigger & a little harder. What could this be? I know sometimes you can get cysts down there.. but I'm not sure if that's what it is or not. =\
Also, it bleeds a little, but thats only after I wipe.. I'm sure wiping makes it irritated which brings the blood. =\
hey ive had those acouple times... especially after i wear this tight underware from abercrombie that i have hahha... so if you are wearing tight underware or tiht pants it can cause that to happen a LOT...trust me its nothing to be worried about.. it sounds gross but a lot of the time you can pop them. I went to my doctor and she said there's not ne thing really that you can do about it.. its just kind of a cyst/ingrown hair sort of thing! At least thats what it sounds like from the way you described.. so dont worry :-)
ive already had 2 lanced from down there. if u try to pop yourself u will get it infected, thats what i did, doc told me not to do that. just put real warm water on a washcloth and leave it there till the cloth gets cool, then keep doing that for about 10 mins. the 3rd one i had was starting to hurt so i just tried for the heck of it and put some tea tree oil on it with a qtip and the next day it was gone. i was really surprised it just disappeared. the first one i had lanced my gyno did it and she gave me a shot there, oh boy did that shot ever hurt, i said never again. then when i got the 2nd one i was so scared cause i didnt want to feel that shot again, my gyno was closed so i went to a clinic and they had 2 docs, no numbing shot and drained it, i was in tears that whole time. so if u can buy some tea tree oil and try that, it cant hurt it, u might need more then 1 night of that though. hope i didnt scare you.