Bump on vagina, inside labia. Is this a cyst, herpes, warts, STD or STI?

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Hello, i just recently discovered this bump in my inner labia, it does not hurt, its not itchy or painful.

i had unprotected sex a couple weeks ago, and I'm terrified if maybe my guy passed this on to me.

I dont have health insurance but i have an appointment tomorrow to get an STD test that i will pay out of pocket.

I know i should see a gyno but im trying to figure out how i can financially see one without having insurance.

Please let me know if you have any thoughts on what this might be.imageimageFile size is too big

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    first find out if are post. or negative for std. if negative go see gyno. my sister is a virgin and have the same thing happen to her but it went away. keep me posted

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    Sebaceous cyst or Bartholins cyst ?

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      It does kinda look like a sebaceous cyst...

      but i don't know yet, my STD testing appointment was supposed to be today but i had to reschedule it for Wednesday because the Dr called out sick today at the clinic. They will also examine me down there that day. 😕

      so for now its just a waiting game.


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    looks like a cyst . also looks like a molluscum wart .

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    So tests are negative and the Gyno examed it and said it does look like a bump in relation to an STD. She said its a cyst and to take an epsom salt bath and to monitor it, to come back if there are any changes or if it does not go away.

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    Does not*****

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