Small, dark, elevated spot suddenly appeared on vulva

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Could this be nothing but a mere ingrown hair? This spot came up suddenly. No pain.

Is it necessary to see my gyno?

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    do you have itching, pain, abnormal discharge? if not i wpuldnt worry, looks like an ingrown anyway. see how it changes /heals

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    i have something similar on my labia minora near my clitoris , it looks like a bruise and is pea sized, not sure what it is and doubt its an ingrown hair as no hair grows there. i squeezed it a couple days ago and just blood came out but it seems to have come back.

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      Mine bleed too. I tried to pop it (bad, I know) trying to see if an ingrown hair would surface. It bleed a lot for a small thing until I had to apply pressure. Next day it looked like it was before like it filled up with blood again. it's bothering my mind. I did not want to have to see the doc during the pandemic, but I just might go this week to have it checked out.

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      i have started to see brown discharge over the last week and when i had sex with my partner of 5 years the other night i experienced pain like a tightness , not sure how to feel now im getting slightly worried. i also feel like its starting to itch internally.

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    looks like an ingrown moreso to me

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    go to tbe doctors for the pain with sex it could be simply thrush or bv but brown discharge indicates blood so you could have a cervix infection or pelvic inflammatory disease. go to the doctors and get checked out just in case, they will be able to give you a much clearer answer and rule out anything serious.

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