Okay this is kind of embarrassing to say, but I’ll just say it. About 1-2 weeks ago I noticed that my vagina was swollen and that there was a dot on my vagina kind of like a wart on the left side of my vagina. I knew something was up, but I just dismissed it. Then, this past Saturday, I was at my mom’s house and I felt blood coming out of my vagina and I just assumed I had started my period, but when I felt that the blood had stopped I knew something was up, but again I just dismissed it. When I got back home. I looked at my underwear and I saw there was a spot of blood on my underwear. Again, I just dismissed it. Keep in mind that at this time my vagina was still swollen and I still had that wart type dot on it. Then today,Monday, I felt the same sensation of blood coming out of my vagina and then the blood stopped and I looked at my underwear and there it was, a spot of blood. This time my vagina wasn’t swollen and there wasn’t that wart type dot on it. Just in case this matters, I’m an 18 year old Hispanic female and I weigh between 100-110 pounds. I’m 5 foot 1 and I’ve never had sex (virgin). Could anyone give me some information as to what this could be? Any help would be appreciated and no I can’t go to a gynecologist.
P.S sorry for the long explanation. Also this isn’t my period
i dont think there isnt anything to be worried about. it may be a kind of boil,furuncle,wart that is usually related to superficial skin . any collection inside may have drained out in the form of blood.
just apply soothing cream if its painful. keep a watch if it happens again
ITS OK. INFACT ITS GOOD U MENTIONED YOUR PROBLEM IN DETAIL. DEFINITELY NOT PERIODS, I TOO AGREE. MAY BE A LOCALISED SEROUS COLLECTION IN YOUR LABIA,THAT MAY HAVE DRAINED OUT. MAINTAIN GOOD HYGIENE TO AVOID GETTING IT IN FUTURE
This could have been a vaginal skin tag.. they occur on the outer area of the vulva region known as the labia. Not uncommon, vaginal skin tags can be confused with other growths perhaps even making people think there are different types of vaginal skin tags. These include: – moles (also known as dermal nevus) – nerve and fiber-type moles (neurofibromas) – seborrheic keratosis (with the nick name of rice krispies These growths can sometimes be mistaken for vaginal warts which are of course a sexually transmitted disease. tend to grow in those places where the skin forms creases and… Read more »
some subcutaneous or submucosal infection may have occured beneath the labial folds.it may have drained out . apply local cream and do not ignore if it occurs next time. a hair follicle infection may be the possibility