Mons Pubis Bump?

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The mons pubis is a bump in the pubic area of women. This is a fatty bump that appears on all women and young teenaged girls in their pubic regions. It is actually adipose tissue that is located above the pubic bone. The mons pubis separates into the labia majora on each side of the pudendal cleft. The mons pubis reacts to estrogen and women will begin to get their mons pubis with the beginning of puberty.
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Mons pubis is a fat pad anterior to the pubic bone. This structure increases with sexual maturity of the female. It provides protection of the pubic bone during intercourse.
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n. , pl. , montes pubis . A rounded fleshy protuberance situated over the pubic bones that becomes covered with hair during puberty. [New Latin mōns pūbis : Latin mō
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