The mass at the vaginal entrance is a wart? Batolin cyst?
Q: I’m a woman in her mid-20s. When I was young, I was kidnapped by a terrorist and had bad things happen. I haven’t had sex since. I’m still afraid of having a relationship with a man. I do self-defense often. I use a female vibrator or glue that I bought from Japan last year. I usually watch videos of male idols’ performances late at night.
I don’t know if it’s because of that, but there was an abscess at the entrance to the vagina recently. It ended up bursting last night. When I wiped it off with a tissue, black blood came out. I don’t have vaginal itching or stinging symptoms, so I don’t think it’s vaginitis. It doesn’t smell bad. Of course it’s not sexually transmitted disease. Is it a simple abscess? Should I just leave it as it is? Or should I visit a gynecologist for treatment?
A: If you have an abscess at the vaginal entrance, there are many possibilities such as Bartolin cysts, warts, acne, pimples, and eczema. Since you haven’t had sex for a long time, it’s very unlikely that you have gonji or venereal disease.
Considering that it is not accompanied by symptoms such as vaginal itching, odor, and pain, it seems to be a simple abscess, or pimple. If it explodes on its own, it will gradually get better. Don’t worry. If you take good care of your body to prevent your immune system from deteriorating, you won’t get a vaginal abscess easily 정품비아그라
If the symptoms persist to the extent that your life is uncomfortable, please visit a nearby obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment.