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Labia Skin Tag
I am just curious as to whether all that rubbing and tightness could cause like small skin flaps and/or skin tags in my labia area?
No: Skin tags are very common and are not necessarily located in areas that are associated with tight fitting or rubbing clothes. Also, "skin flaps" in the labial area are not caused by this either. I would suggest that if you have some new growths or changes in the labial area, that you should get them examined. ...Read more
Hello. I have these raised brown round raised ...almost look like skin tags all around my labia. Symmetrical on both sides. They don't look like anything I google. I am 30 & I do not know if I never noticed them before b/c I didn't realize or if they're n
1 labia minora that is larger, skin sticks out past the labia majora & is darker than what is inside also couple of what look like skin tags. Normal?
Something that looks like skin tag on labia minora distal edge. Been there for long time. What could this be from? Damage? No pain or itching.
I have a question, I have what appears to be a large skin tag the is on the bikini line area on the labia, what can I do to remove it?
Dermatologist: Depending on how large the base of the skin tag is; it may be removed by tying a suture around the base or it may need to be removed and have sutures placed. I would have a dermatologist look at it and advise you how best to remove it. A gynecologist may also be a good option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have these skin tag looking things along the inner flaps of my labia, they sometimes give a burning or raw sensation after intimacy, Please advise?
Do I have warts or Fordyce spots? I have lines of raised little bump things or skin tags on the walls of my labia
Check it out: Only way to know for sure is to get your doc to look at them. ...Read more
Labia appear to extend to anus. It's just a thin flap of skin. Can a female have a perineal raphe? I'm already self conscious from an anal skin tag.
Of course: This is a familiar normal variant.Get a more detailed answer ›