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Bumps On Vagina Normal
Likely normal: The outside of the vagina--the labia majora often have different skin tone/darker comparing to your skin. Also, the hair follicles on these areas can appear as larger bumps than else where when the skin is "wrinkled-up" and smaller/smoother with arousal causing the labia majora to swell--similar to a man with erection. If your findings are new, then consult doc. If has always been so then=normal. ...Read more
Not really: Without an examination, you cant be assured about the bumps, their nature and implications of it. See a doctor. ...Read more
Vaginal bumps: This needs to be looked at by your ob/gyn. ...Read more
Unsure: Need to be examined since theycould be many different things or signs of infection. ...Read more
I have a kind of bump near my vagina entrance, it looks like it's a part of flesh (inner flesh), it doesn't hurt, never bothered me. Is it normal?
May be a cyst: You may have a bartholian cyst, not a serious condition see your doctor. ...Read more
While I was doing a random vagina check, I found that the opening of my vagina seems as if it has painless bumps all along the opening, is this normal?
The "bumps" may be remnants of hymen. Vagina normally has a corrugated lining you may be seeing/feeling that. You should get clarification from your doctor at your next visit.
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Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
C Ur GYN now: An infected vaginal wall cyst u call a boil implies infection & is not 2 b ignored. Get in 2 c ur gyn now 4 eval & rx. ...Read more
Towards my vagina I see really small bumps and they look kinda white and I don't know if it's normal?
Evaluation: A thorough evaluation of the area by a trained physician will help you determine what is the cause of the lesions you describe. ...Read more
Is it normal for my vagina to have bumps? Like flaps of skin? It doesn't hurt or cause me aby discomfort
No.: Check with a dermatologist or gyn. It's not normal. ...Read more
I've noticed raised flesh colored bumps around the opening of my vagina. Is this normal? Don't hurt or itch at all.
Better to get seen: From your description, this could be just normal tissue that you're not used to seeing, or an irritation or infection of some kind. I'd ask your doctor to look at it tomorrow just to be sure. ...Read more
A few days ago I notice a bump on my right of my vagina wall and two more on my left side is this normal I'm freaking oh?
I am concerned of a bump that is inside my vagina, its at the beginning of the opening and the rest is smooth is this normal?
Start with a: Visit to an OB-gYN doc.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have little bumps on the lips of my vagina and I just want to know what they are and if they're normal.
Need more info: Have you ever had this before? How long have you felt them? Are they itchy? Or are they red? Are they like blisters? Do you have any itching or discharge? Do you have a new sexual partner? ...Read more
I have a irritation feeling after shaving my vagina, sometimes I get lil bumps or redness is that normal?
Can be: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
I have a few bumps inside my vagina. I obviously can't see them, but can feel them. It's almost like a pimple feeling. Is this normal? Thanks!
Maybe: You need to be checked. To a dr. ...Read more
I think I have a razor bump but its tan and peels off and bleeds if squeezed I don't know if that's normal or not. It only happens if I shave on top of vagina?
It is very: Common to get razor bumps and get infection from it. You should avoid shaving especially in areas that you are sensitive or prone to infection! If infected, you need to see your physician for treatment before it gets severe, needing IV antibiotics. ...Read more