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  • Posted By: starrkisses85
  • January 22, 2009
  • 07:10 AM


I need help!! :( I have been getting large painful bumps in my vaginal area. sometimes on the crease between my out vagina lips and my leg, sometimes on the top of my vagina and sometimes on the fold in between my leg and vagina (where the joint is).

I've been to the doctor and they just say it's fine and it will go away! :eek: And I suppose eventually they do. But they always come back. I usually dont have more then one at a time. and they come about 1 a month. Sometimes they pop and a whitish almost grey puss comes out. It doesnt have a smell to it from what i can tell. Sometimes they just bleed and no puss, sometimes clear liquid comes out (that has only hapened once or twice), and occasionally they just fade away without popping, pussing or bleeding!!

I've been tested for all sexually transmitted diseases. I do it yearly!! I dont have anything. I've been with the same person for a little over a year now and the last time i was tested was 1 month ago and everything was ok. I've been getting them since I was about 16 years old (I am now 23).

The problem is they hurt, they get in the way of walking and sitting sometimes (because they are painful) and they are embarrassing! I dont wear bathing suits in public, I dont like to be naked in front of my boyfriend, and i cant change in front of my friends or at the gym or anything like that for fear of stares.

Can anyone help?? because the doctors havent been able to (or just wont) tell me anything?? :mad: is there a way to prevent them?? is there a way to treat them?? what could they be?? is there a specialist i can see?? Should i be concerned of something REALLY serious, like cancer?? :confused:

Thanks for all your help and your time!


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