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morggie7631
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okay i have felt this weird soreness around my vagina for a while but more on the side where my muscle is. but i just actually touched it today and it's like a knot under the skin. it's big and i'm really concerned about it. i have only had one sex partner and he has only had me. so it can't be an std and it doesnt even seem like it would be. you cant see it, it's just under the skin. any ideas???

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LilBlueSmurf
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It could be a cyst or ingrown hair (relatively minor). It is always best to get these sorts of things assessed by a doctor.

Good luck

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