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usually when i shave i get this small bump on my vagina and it has been there for a week now and sometimes it goes away but comes back after a while and when i squeezed it white liquid following with blood comes out and sometime it hurt when i touch it..what is this..and what can i do to make it go away or prevent such thing.please really bothering me and making me worried.

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replied March 7th, 2011
Vaginal and Uterus Health Answer A20489

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It is difficult to comment on the lesion that you describe without examining you. It could be due to folliculitis, sebaceous cyst, infected Bartholin’s gland duct etc. A careful examination done by your doctor/gynecologist will help to confirm the exact cause and start you on appropriate treatment to get rid of it. Visit your doctor/gynecologist at the earliest. To prevent further recurrence,follow these: maintain good hygiene, avoid use of old razors, drink plenty of water, use loose cotton undergarments etc.
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