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I blister on vagina. itching and burning. no abnormal smell, no abnormal discharge. I am worried. could it be HPV?

I blister on vagina. itching and burning. no abnormal smell, no abnormal discharge. I am worried. could it be HPV?

Possible herpes: A blister like that is more concerning for herpes than HPV. I would have your doc check it out in office at first available appointment to see what it truly is and appropriate treatment for it. Primary genital herpes may require antiviral medication and warrants a trip to the doctor. Avoid unprotected sex until it is properly diagnosed (condom mandatory or abstain) ...Read more

Dr. Mark Ingerman
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Hpv (Definition)

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...Read more


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Have a burning, tingling & numb sensation on my vagina lips...What can it be?.. Also have white patch on top that's where i feel it more..Hpv positive

Have a burning, tingling & numb sensation on my vagina lips...What can it be?.. Also have white patch on top that's where i feel it more..Hpv positive

Sexually transmitted: Possible sti. Herpes simplex virus has a burning and stinging sensation. It usually has a blister like appearance. Please see your gynecologist for a pap and exam, and use condoms to prevent additional exposure. ...Read more

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During sex I feel sharp needles and burning sensation in my vagina. I have been checked for std's but all negative expect hpv. The pain since 2004.?

During sex I feel sharp needles and burning sensation in my vagina. I have been checked for std's but all negative expect hpv. The pain since 2004.?

May be dyspareunia: Vaginal discomfort during sexual intercourse is called dyspareunia, and there are many possible causes. There could be dryness, that requires the use of a lubricant, like KY jelly. Or other local diseases and factors, or even pyschological reasons. Hpv can produce warts, which can cause discomfort. You should see a gynecologist for a thorough exam. ...Read more

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Can HPV cause vagina burning and redness the day after unprotected sex? This has been going on for 6 months. Worried! What else besides a std can it b

Can HPV cause vagina burning and redness the day after unprotected sex? This has been going on for 6 months. Worried! What else besides a std can it b

Not HPV: HPV doesn't do this this, and no other STD is a likely cause. Yeast infection (not an STD) is the most common cause and can be difficult to diagnose; maybe worth a try of anti-yeast treatment. However, you could have idiopathic vulvodynia; the cause is unknown. If your doctor hasn't been able to make a clear diagnosis, ask for referral to a gyn who subspecializes in infectious diseases. Good luck! ...Read more

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Does HPV make your vagina smell?

Does HPV make your vagina smell?

HPV: Hpv is a viral illness that can lead to skin changes on the cervix that can lead to cancer. It does not cause other infections and is not associated with smell. If you have discharge or smell it is most likely from another problem. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have HPV on anus but not in vagina?

Is it possible to have HPV on anus but not in vagina?

Yes: It is possbile to have genital warts only on and around anus and not have any in the vaginal area. However, for obvious reasons, it will be very easy to spread to vaginal region. Please get treatment asap. ...Read more

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Help! I've been having chronic inflammation of vagina. Is it possibly HPV related?

Probably not: HPV rarely if ever causes inflammation, itching, pain, etc. Keep working with your doctor on the cause, but HPV probably isn't it. Good luck. ...Read more

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Can HPV cause a bad smelling odor in the vagina? If not what else could be contributing to bad smells?

No: Hpv doesn't cause a bad odor. But there may be a different bacterial infection or trichamonas. Retained tampons also can cause a very foul odor. Examination is a good idea. ...Read more

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I got tested for hpv came back negative but I see a bump on the inner side of my vagina what can it be?

I got tested for hpv came back negative but I see a bump on the inner side of my vagina what can it be?

Many possibilities: There are all sorts of bumps and irregularities of the labia minor, vaginal lining, etc. It could still be a genital warts despite your negative HPV test. But probably not; genital warts rarely occur as single bumps, usually several. Various cysts, skin tags, etc are very common as well. You'll need to be examined in person, preferably by the doctor or clinic where your pap and HPV test were done. ...Read more

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I have something on the opening of my vagina. It looks like a very dry bump. I'm scared its hpv. It's not painful.

I have something on the opening of my vagina. It looks like a very dry bump. I'm scared its hpv. It's not painful.

See OB/GYN: See your gyn to get it cheked out and correctly dx. So the proper treatment (if any needed) can take place. ...Read more

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I have hpv.I have bumps around my vagina but not in it.One of them has gotten a lot bigger and is inflamed, it also is very painful.Is this okay?

I have hpv.I have bumps around my vagina but not in it.One of them has gotten a lot bigger and is inflamed, it also is very painful.Is this okay?

Is it OK with U: Hpv lesions can start out small & discrete early on but tend to expand & emerge as a thicker patch. They can also become secondarily infected by other surface germs.A trip to an obgyn to determine the extent of your lesions & discuss your treatment options can be worthwhile. While some lesions may disappear spontaneously in some, many require removal because of pain & spread. ...Read more

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Smelly vagina, do I have hpv?

Human Papilloma: Virus does not normally cause changes to normal vaginal discharges. If you have a change in color, texture, odor or amount of vaginal discharge ; problems such as pain, itching burning with urination or sex or redness/swelling then it is best to see your gynecologist for evaluation ; accurate assessment. ...Read more

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Visible hpv warts inside vagina. No insurance but plan on visiting my local planned parenthood. What test should I request knowing I already have hpv?

Visible hpv warts inside vagina. No insurance but plan on visiting my local planned parenthood. What test should I request knowing I already have hpv?

Pap, STD testing: Standard STD testing (gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV) would be wise, and almost certainly the clinic will do a pap smear. You should start HPV immunization if not already vaccinated. It will prevent infection with any of 9 HPV types with which you haven't yet been infected. Good luck! ...Read more

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Small,more like in a line, hard little bump in between vagina and anus. Scratched it off came back & 1 more came also. Negative for hpv. What is this?

Small,more like in a line, hard little bump in between vagina and anus. Scratched it off came back & 1 more came also. Negative for hpv. What is this?

See Your Doctor: There are several dermatological conditions that can cause this, first, you must make sure you don't have Condyloma, a type of wart caused by HPV. Second, Molluscum Contagiosum may also cause flesh like lesions in that region. Both are sexually transmitted diseases. Other causes exist also. It is important to have a complete vaginal and anal/rectal exam with an anoscopy. See your Proctologist ...Read more

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Hpv from vagina to hand. Hand burns constantly.?

Hpv from vagina to hand. Hand burns constantly.?

Another diagnosis: Genital and nongenital warts rarely cause pain and when this does occur it is usually with pressure placed on the wart. If your entire hand has a burning sensation you will need to be seen by your primary care provider for the cause of this symptom. ...Read more