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So I know you can't diagnose anything online, and I've got a Dr. Appointment soon, but Can any one describe what a vaginal cyst looks like? I know I have one near the opening of my vagina, my gyno told me last time I went in. But recently I noticed a bump near the opening, kind of white/opaque, but more white. It just looks very out of place, and I can't find any good pictures of vaginal cysts to help confirm or deny my suspicions. It doesn't look like warts or herpes, and earlier I thought that there was another one, but now it's definitely only one. And...another thing, I kind of feel bad going to the Dr. If it very well might be a cyst she told me about before, it's kind of a waste of her time. Anyway, any help would be great!
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