Painful bump near clitoris
Posted 2 years ago , 8 users are following. Hi, I've been having a problem for about five days to a week now. I didn't notice in the beginning as I didn't feel or see anything unusual but now I'm in a alot of pain. On the top of clit hood I have a swollen, reddish lump that's gotten bigger during the day yesterday and has been swelling probably everyday.
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Skene Duct Cyst - Women's Health Issues - MSD Manual Consumer Version
Epidermoid cysts are slowly growing tumors that arise due to invagination of epidermis into dermis either spontaneously or following trauma. While common locations are the face, scalp, neck and trunk, external genitalia can also be affected with scrotal, labial or clitoral involvement. Clitoral location of this lesion may produce local sign of virilization in the form of clitoromegaly. This can cause significant parental worry and psychological disturbances in an older child. We report a girl with clitoromegaly due to epidermoid cyst. A 5-year-old girl presented with a painless swelling at external genitalia noticed since early infancy. Swelling gradually increased in size.
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I have a swollen and very painful lump on my clit hood, what should I do?
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