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A 29-year-old female asked:

Does hpv cause a little burning sensation inside vaginal area? not during urination. a bit to tingling sensation when wiping inside. finished period

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Infectious Disease 53 years experience
Not HPV: HPV causes no pain, irritation, itching, etc. It only causes warts or other kinds of painless bumps on the skin or moist tissues; or abnormal pap smears. If the burning, itching, and tingling persist, see a doctor. Yeast infection is possib le. Also examine yourself closely, and see a doctor ASAP if any blisters or open sores in the irritated area (possible herpes). Good luck!

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Last updated Sep 9, 2018

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