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I have a red small bump on my vagina. Is this an std?
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Dr. Jay Zimmerman
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Maybe
It is best to have any new or changing skin spots checked by your doctor. A dermatologist or gynecologist can evaluate you.
Small red bumps could be harmless growths called angiomata. Stds typically present with pain, swelling, blisters, and/or discharge from the area.

In brief: Maybe
It is best to have any new or changing skin spots checked by your doctor. A dermatologist or gynecologist can evaluate you.
Small red bumps could be harmless growths called angiomata. Stds typically present with pain, swelling, blisters, and/or discharge from the area.
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Dr. Charles Glassman
Internal Medicine
In brief: Bump
Could be.

In brief: Bump
Could be.
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