How do I get rid of a lump on my labia?
Just so, what is the hard lump on my labia?
Sebaceous cysts are caused by a blocked sebaceous gland (oil gland in the skin). They commonly occur in the vulva and appear as a small, hard lump, which is generally painless. Sebaceous cysts do not require treatment unless they cause discomfort.
- Sitz baths. Soaking in a tub filled with a few inches of warm water (sitz bath) several times a day for three or four days may help a small, infected cyst to rupture and drain on its own.
- Surgical drainage. You may need surgery to drain a cyst that's infected or very large.
Beside above, why do I have a bump on my inner labia?
There can be a few different reasons why you might have “bubbles” or bumps on your inner labia. The multiple tiny bumps may be a condition called papillomatosis which is normal. There are other causes of bumps such as warts from HPV; the virus is transmitted through sexual contact including finger to vagina contact.
Lumps on the vagina can be a normal occurrence. Vaginal lumps are not usually painful. However, when lumps on the vagina grow too large, cause bleeding or pain, or result in infection, they might require treatment. Anyone who develops vaginal lumps or experiences any other symptoms should see a doctor.