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What Do Hpv Bumps Look Like
I'm not sure if I have hpv or herpes. The bumps don't look like either, and I've been tested for herpes before. Also never got gardasil.?
Herpes vs. HPV: Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) and Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) are viral infections that cause skin lesions. Herpes can appear on the mouth as cold sores (HSV1) or around genitals (HSV2). HPV can occur anywhere on the body. Herpes can cause ulcerated, black-ish lesions while HPV causes smooth round warts (see images). HPV does have a vaccine that (Gardasil) protects against some (not all) HPV strains. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Human papillomavirus after being diagnose with hpv, I notice something down "there" which I think by feeling it, I see like bumps only on one area. But it does not look like warts because I looked all over online to identified what it was but it does not
I have discovered three little red bumps around the entrance to my vagine. They don't burn or itch and don't look like herpes or warts. I have test abnormal for HPV could that be the cause or should I be concerned?
See your doctor: Still it could be papilloma (warts) see yourgyn doctor for biopsy and removal. Read more
Do I have herpes symptoms? I have HPV and have had warts. However I haven't had them in 3 years. I started to notice one and now I am very itchy (only at night) and noticed after itching I have red bumps that look like razor burn. I haven't had sex in 2 m
The description you give is not consistent with herpes, but it is still possible. Visit your doctor for an examination. If the area in question has resolved, you can request a herpes blood test that checks for antibodies for herpes type 1 & 2. If you are positive for type 2 then you have been exposed to genital herpes at some point. If the rash is still present then your doctor may be able to tell you if it is herpes or not by his/her clinical exam.
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All different: Shaving bumps (folliculitis): Shaved areas only (obviosly), red bumps, some pimple-like, often a hair visible in the center. Warts are painless, non itchy bumps, often firm or quite hard. Herpes: initial red bump becoming blister then open sore over a few days, then healing with scabs. Initial herpes and warts usually on genitals per se, e.g. labia minor, vaginal opening. But see MD if uncertain. Read more
Last week I found a tiny bump on my clitoris in the crease under the hood. It's not painful and hasn't grown. I've had the HPV shot. What could it be?
See an OB/GYN: If you are concerned about this go and get it examined by a professional. Without seeing it, it is impossible to diagnose. Probably benign, but have it looked at. Best wishes. Read more
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
I applied vinegar on these bumps sort of near my anus they did turn white does this necessarily mean I have HPV?
Possibly: The white vinegar test is a good way to be suspicious. The only way to know for sure is to do a biopsy. Read more
Left and right inner cheeks filled with white painless bumps that resolved on its own. Dentist didn't know what it was. Could it have been hpv?
Hard to say: Hard to say without examination. More likely "linea alba" or white line which is dead tissue (like callus on hands/feet) from chewing or sucking inside of cheek between teeth where they meet. Could also be minor salivary ducts. Not likely HPV. Can have biopsy if they return, if you wish. See Oral Surgeon for that. Good Luck. Read more
Very different: 1) They look different; find pictures online. 2) Warts rarely appear on the lips. 3) Fordyce spots (visible sebaceous glands) are usually far more numerous than warts would be. 4) FS's tend to be fairly evenly spaced, but warts generally are clustered. 5) Warts usually are asymmetric, e.g. one side than the other, FS's likely to be equal both sides of the midline. 6) Or see MD for reassurance. Read more
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 wart 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
I'm male. I have small white bumps clustered and spread out in cornre of lips they don't hurt an haven't changed in 4 days. Is this HPV warts?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do people get so worried about cancer causing strands of hpv? There's no ugly bumps and cancer is only a tiny possibility. Drs are causing a panic
Wrong: According to the latest cdc data, malignant neoplasms are the second cause of death in the us. Most cervical cancers can be prevented with a simple vaccination against hpv. Once you have the cancer, if it's not detected early, the chances of cure decrease dramatically with more damage to the body and the family. Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Is it easy after giving oral sex to a female to get oral warts or HPV lesions. Other docs on here have said no but I am worried and have an oral bump.
I've noticed some kind of white small bumps inside of my urethra. My girlfriend is infected by HPV 16 so I'm afraid that I can have it inside my ureth?
Probably not HPV: First, since your partner has HPV16, you probably have it as well; maybe you infected her. If so, it probably will go away without ever causing harm. "White small bumps" in the urethra could be HPV but not typical, and HPV16 doesn't usually cause warts. Maybe you're just looking too closely and seeing normal mucus glands. To be certain, you'll need to see a doctor for professional exam. Good luck. Read more
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