Finding a bump near your vaginal area can quickly send you into a panic, but not every issue down there is cause for alarm. Bumps can be anything from a pimple to a skin infection, so to keep yourself calm, it's good to know what kind of pubic area bumps to look out for. However, it's always best to get anything new checked out by your gynecologist to be sure.
They're very dark, nearly black. I'm not sure how long they have been there but it's been two months at least. They are randomly scattered inside my vagina around my vulva.
They are on inner lip next to the clitoris. I didn't noticed till I shaved. I went to a doctor and they said it wasn't an STI or cancer.
Please write Dr Oz's show too! Is this "just skin cancer? Most of your guests said their family members have just had it removed.
Listen, you're not going to be thrilled to see bumps on the area around your vagina. Your mind probably goes immediately to the worst possible reasons um, herpes But are all bumps worth the meltdown?
Most women with vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia VIN have no symptoms at all. When a woman with VIN does have a symptom, it is most often itching that does not go away or get better. An area of VIN may look different from normal vulvar skin.
There are a number of different types of vaginal cancer. To find this out, your doctor takes a tissue sample biopsy. The tumours look like small lumps nodules or sores ulcers. These cell changes are called vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia VAIN.
Posted 22 months ago9 users are following. I have noticed that 2 tiny black mole like dots have appeared. One of them I've had for a while and I just thought it was a mole but now another has arrived.
Vaginal bumps and lumps are common, especially during your childbearing years or as you age. Keep reading to learn more about the causes for changes to your skin in this area and when you should see a doctor. The vagina is a muscular tube that leads to your cervixwhich is the opening to your uterus. The top layer of tissue in your vagina is mucous membrane, similar to tissue in your mouth or nose.