I have been having genital bumps for years (maybe 4 or 5). They are always in the hair region. I have been to numerous physicans and no one can tell me what the problem is. It always appears as one bump or lump under skin, and will sometimes break if aggrevated, resulting in bleeding or pussing. My gyno ( actually, three different doctors on different occasions) have taken samples of this discharge and have returned with no conclusions. They all told me is was nothing. One doctor even told me it was folliculitis. I have been having reoccuring bacterial and/or yeast infections that will not go away. Recently, I have begun to have lower abdominal pains, feeling similiar to mentral cramps. Is there another type of doctor I should see? I am so concerned about long term consequences, such as infertility. I know it cannot be nothing, because I believe my boyfriend is now getting the bumps as well. I cannot get treatment because I cannot get a diagnosis. PLEASE HELP!!!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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