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Tiny Bumps In Vagina
No pain tiny tiny bump on vagina gone. Blood after wiping only happened twice. Yellow discharge. Only symptoms I have now is discharge constant. help?
Get checked: Sounds like you need to be seen and checked for infection. ...Read more
I have tiny bumps between my vagina and anus. They don't hurt but they itch sometimes when being irritated when i wipe. What could this be?
I have little tiny bumps between my vagina and anus with little hairs coming out if them. What could they be?
I have white little tiny bumps around my vagina but inside.? And I am a teen and had not had sex. Can you help.?
Not to worry: If you have not been sexually active, then this cannot be a sexually-transmitted disease. Therefore this probably nothing urgent. However you should make an appointment with your family doctor or. A gynecologist to have these bumps evaluated in person ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tiny bump: Have you been sexually active recently? This could be from irritation from recent sexual activity. There are also other common causes such as a clogged gland. This should go away with time and you should not be concerned unless you have any risk for STD exposure. If it does not go away please consult with a family physician or and OBGyn ...Read more
I have a picture, never been sexually active, have tiny white bumps near vagina that are white and itchy?
Can't see it: Docs that consult on this public site cannot view picture/lab/records or other uploads you might place in your profile. If you find a willing doc in the sister site,Healthtap Prime, that site has some of these features and offers paid consultations.Good luck. ...Read more
I have small tiny bumps near my vagina and around my butt is it genital herpes or folliculitis? What is the difference please help
Hello, after my hospital stay I broke out with a whole bunch of tiny bumps on my vagina area. I am not sexual active, any idea? std??
I've noticed tiny bumps on my inner vagina lips along where they open, It doesn't hurt but should it be something to worry about?
Evaluation: You should see ObGyn to be evaluated to find the cause and to be treated. ...Read more