Hi, I have looked around the site and have not found the answer to my question, or shall I say, an opinion. If it's here and I just didn't look good enough, I apologize in advance.
I have a lump, that is very, very sore and seems to be getting bigger everyday, in my vagina. I know it *isn't* an STD, isn't even a possibility. I just wanted to get some opinions on what it could be. I know you can't diagnose anything...I'm just looking for opinions because there is no way for me to go to a doctor and it has me worried.
there is a way for you to see a doctor. tell your mother or father that there's something wrong with you and you need to see a doc. esp if you know you've done nothing that could get you in any trouble with your folks, it'll be okay to ask them for help.
sore and lumpy are a bad combination, and just asking us what it is isn't gonna take care of it. is it actually in the vagina? a lot of readers are kinda fuzzy with terms. the vagina itself in the tube inside your body. the region outside that is your vulva. Pink Parts ? Female Sexual Anatomy for diagrams and info about anatomy.
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quote:Originally posted by TeddyGirl: I know it *isn't* an STD, isn't even a possibility.
Btw, if you haven't been to the doctor, the only way you can possibly know that it absolutely isn't an STD is if you've spent your entire life living alone inside a bubble. Sexually transmitted diseases are often transmitted sexually, but that in no way means that they can only be transmitted sexually. Sometimes things can be transmitted through totally non-sexual means.
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