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8 mos, pregnant, bump on the right lip of my vagina.

I'm about 8 months preganat and I've noticed that I have a bump on the outside of the right lip of my vagina. It doesn't hurt and its skin color, it itiches from time to time but nothing major. I haven't asked my doctor yet or said anything about it, does anyone have a clue what it might be??
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replied January 26th, 2018
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

An itchy vaginal bump could be due to genital warts-is there a history of exposure? It can also be an allergic reaction to any personal care product. If you recently shaved, then it could also be an infection of hair follicle. Please consult your healthcare provider for further guidance AS SOON AS YOU CAN.

This reply to your query is just for education and counseling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit and treatment by a doctor who can examine you. Hope this helped you in making an informed decision about your health. Take care!



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