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So yesterday i noticed i had a bump on my vagina on the borderline of my left lip. As impatient and nervous as i am, i squeezed it. A bit of puss came out followed by a bit of blood as well. Its been a day and its still there and causes some discomfort with a slight itch every now and then. Could it just be a pimple or should i be worried??
Fyi, i am sexually active with my boyfriend but have not had intercourse in about 4 months.

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It could just be a pimple, but if it's still itching and uncomfortable it would be a good idea to have it looked at. Are you and your partner up to date with your STI screenings? If not, now would be a good time to do that as well.

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