Bump on vagina keeps on coming back on the same spot!!

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hey guys,

so i have this bump that has came back for the second time in the same place . its hard and it only hurts when i push or touch it, last time i had it i popped it and puss came out. ive gotten it before but a little bit lower on my vagina lip before and its reoccured also. im honestly scared to get tested and for it to be herpes or anything else . please help 😦 imageimage

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    it dosnt look like herpes herpes isnt hard and dosnt contain thick pus pretty sure this is just a spot

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      do you think it might be something serious since ive had it come back before. i just feel super emberrassed in front of my boyfriend and weve never had a talk about our sexual past

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    i dont think its anything serious

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    I would advice you go for Chlamidyma, gonorrhoea and syphilis test....don't take risk by assuming

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    I would advice you go for Chlamidyma, gonorrhoea and syphilis test....don't take risk by assuming

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    I would advice you go for Chlamidyma, gonorrhoea and syphilis test....don't take risk by assuming

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    looks like a blocked oil gland and not a symptom of chlamydia gonorrhea or syphilis as they have different symptoms syphilis is a canker sore that creates a crater like wound and the others produce pelvic pain discharge pain when weeing and various other symptoms i dont think thats the case in this instance

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