Help please! What is that?? I’m worried *pictures*

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Hi,

I noticed a little pain few weeks ago but didn't go to the doctor because of covid .

The pain is getting worse and its very painful and uncomfortable when I seat or walk.

Its in the external part of my vagina, between the anus and vagina. It looks like a piece of skin who is not suppose to be there.

I'm very worried as I never anything like that.

When I touch it its really hard, like swollen and painful.

Do you have any ideas of what it can be? Maybe a cyst or hemorrhoid?

Thanks.

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    Looks to me like either a minor fungal infection or a lesion caused by friction. Do you masturbate? Do you use dildos, etc?

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      If she thought it was herpes, there's only one way to substantiate her suspicion - a lab test. But I hope the test is possible.

      Did you have unprotected sex? Do you take the time to thoroughly wipe the toilet seat whenever you use one? If you do (I'm sure they never provide Lysol spray or any disinfectant spray in public restrooms), I hope you also cover the toilet seat before sitting on it. Failure to practise this OCD habit would expose you to a myriad of nasty STIs.

      If you are not in the habit of having unprotected sex and you practise safe public restroom use, I don't see why herpes should be a concern. Again, the only sure way to know what's going on is by going for an STI lab test.

      First of all, relax your mind; the doctor suspected something does not mean that you have the disease.

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