At the base of the bump is hard and then the bump it self is red and it has a little white head, and its not small but not huge, how do i get rid of it. The bump could be several things depending on where exactly it is. If the bump is truly medium sized, solitary, and adjacent to your vaginal orifice, you may be experiencing a common problem called a Bartholin's gland cyst.
Vaginal cancer is rare. About one in every Australian women with cancer have cancer of the vagina. Each year about 90 new cases of vaginal cancer are found in Australian women.
You discover a new bump on your body and you ask yourself three things: What the hell is that? Could it be cancer? Where are the damn tweezers?
You discover bumps or a lump in your vagina or on your vulva the outer genital area — maybe while you are shaving, showering, or having sex. Your first thought might be that there is something seriously wrong, such as cancer or a sexually transmitted disease STD. Most of the time, however, bumps or lumps in these areas are not a sign of something serious. It is highly unlikely.
Finding a bump near your vaginal area can quickly send you into a panic, but not every issue down there is cause for alarm. Bumps can be anything from a pimple to a skin infection, so to keep yourself calm, it's good to know what kind of pubic area bumps to look out for. However, it's always best to get anything new checked out by your gynecologist to be sure.
Rachael has been a healthcare worker for over 25 years, holding numerous positions including surgical and neurosurgical technologist. There are many causes for itchy bumps on the vagina or, to be exact, on the vulva, mons pubis, labia, or external parts of the vagina. The first thing a woman thinks of is a sexually transmitted disease STD.
Epidermoid cysts are slowly growing tumors that arise due to invagination of epidermis into dermis either spontaneously or following trauma. While common locations are the face, scalp, neck and trunk, external genitalia can also be affected with scrotal, labial or clitoral involvement. Clitoral location of this lesion may produce local sign of virilization in the form of clitoromegaly. This can cause significant parental worry and psychological disturbances in an older child.
Angiokeratoma is a condition in which small, dark spots appear on the skin. They can appear anywhere on your body. These lesions happen when tiny blood vessels called capillaries dilate, or widen, near the surface of your skin.