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What is this bump on my vaginal area and why does it reappear every couple of months?

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replied February 4th, 2009
Sexual Health - Women Answer A5667
If the painless bump, in your genital area, looks like a pimple and reappears every couple of months, it could be a hair follicle infection. If so, antibiotic cream should help.

You could consult a dermatologist about this problem.

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