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Lump above clitoris.

(12 Posts)
MrsRigby Sun 16-Aug-09 13:31:38

Has anyone ever had a lump above the clitoris?

CybilLiberty Sun 16-Aug-09 13:32:40

Only my husband

CybilLiberty Sun 16-Aug-09 13:40:53

Sorry that was a facetious comment, I do apologise.

purplepeony Sun 16-Aug-09 17:15:46

what kind of lump and exactly where- near you pubic bone?

corblimeymadam Sun 16-Aug-09 17:17:00

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loopylou6 Sun 16-Aug-09 19:21:32

Im soooo sorry, but am gonna come across as condenscending, im sure u do know this, but just on the teeny tiny chance that u dont, lol, u do know that theres is suppsoed to be a lump that is the actual clitoris dont u? reading this back i feel very silly, but its worth it to stop ur worry if u didnt know lol blush

Jazzicatz Sun 16-Aug-09 19:32:00

CybilLiberty that did make me laugh!

OnlyWantsOneWantsAnother Sun 16-Aug-09 19:34:12

WTF is a fanjo boil? Are we talking warts?

MrsRigby Sun 16-Aug-09 19:46:35

Yeh, thanks cybilliberty and loopylou6*.

and belgianbun I've had a lump before in exactely the same place - just above the clitoris, but it dissapeared after about a week or two. I've had this lump for about 4-6 weeks now. It's smooth and does not hurt. I know I shouldn't, but I squeezed it to make sure it wasn't a spot or ingrowing hair and nothing.

I think it's either a cyst connected to my PCOS or cancer.

I'll just have to wait until I see the doctor tomorrow. Just wondered if anyone else had experienced this.

RumourOfAHurricane Sun 16-Aug-09 20:28:47

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purplepeony Sun 16-Aug-09 20:43:24

Don't panic- certainly won't be cancer- cancer of the vulva is extremely rare.
Sounds like a blocked gland- you have a few in the vulva including the Barthelows gland that provide secretions. A trip to the drs and some treatment should shift it.

MrsRigby Sun 16-Aug-09 20:47:21

Thanks purplepeony. You've made me feel a little better smile.

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