Okay first of all, let me start with, this is really hard to explain. So you're probably going to have to ask me a bunch of questions after I tell you what's wrong, to find out out what this actually is. Okay well, I was going to bed last night, climbed in bed, & I had the need to pee. So I'm squirming trying to keep it in, and as I do, I get this sharp pain from my vulva. So I rush(assuming I had an STD)to my bathroom, and reach for my magnified mirror and look around. I see that I had these small flesh colored (This is where the explaining gets hard) little lumps, but they weren't hard, more like squishy, & I've seen something similar to it on peoples' skin all the time. Lower to this is what I'd say looked like a reaaally small string(shorter than an eyelash) of flesh pulled out from my inner labia. And this 'string' hurts when I move that general area, like when I walk. What is going on with me?
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Any sort of pain or change in the genitals should really be checked out by a healthcare professional. It could be that you've just got a bit of a scrape on one of your labia that will heal up in a few days, and the bumps you're seeing might just be the normal texture of your vulva (especially if you've never taken a good look before - genital texture is often a bit bumpy) but it's a good idea to get it checked out anyways, if you can.
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