What to do if I have 2 pimple like bumps on my inner labia. I had sexual intercourse with my boyfriend and my vagina hurt when I peed. What uis this?

Cyst/infection. bumps may be cysts. You may also have an infection if it hurts when you urinate. See you doctor to get it treated.

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Can I have warts without sexual intercourse hi, I am 22 years old and have no prior sexual experience. I have been having these small 10-12 pimple likebumps on my labia majora. They are skin coloured and do not itch. They are neither painful nor have an

Very . Very difficult to tell without a clinical examination. It is also possible these are benign sebaceous hyperplasia (fordyce spots) which are common in the genital area in males and females. I hope that helps. Read more...
DON'T . Don't worry! genital warts (hpv) are an std and requires sexual contact. Having said that, sexual contact means any contact including 'oral to gential' . So if you have had 'no sexual experience' you have zero chance of having genital warts. Genital warts usually are on the labia minora, are fleshy-pink, and grow 'out' (not 'bumpy'). So 'what do I have?'-you ask. Remember, doctors can not diagnose over the phone or internet but it sounds like you may a low grade folliculitis (inflammation of hair follicles) due to shaving. Repeated shaving of pubic hair causes skin to raise up around hair shafts. If any redness occurs then you an infection. Your best bet is to stop shaving and use a hair trimmer set @ 1-2. Another possibility is a very common benign 'bumpy skin' condition like that found on upper arm (called keratosis pilaris) anyway, i recommend seeing your primary care provider or gyn for confirmation of diagnosis and to discuss your depression hang in there! Read more...

While I have sexual intercourse, my inner labia hurts. What does that mean?

Lubrication. Not having enough natural lubrication during intercourse can be a source of discomfort. There are several commercial varieties available at the drug store and they may help provide relief. I hope this helps. Read more...

I'm 17 M and never had sexual intercourse with anybody & I have little bumps on my shaft of my penis pimple like there not red and nor do they hurt.

Pearly penile papule. If you have never had intercourse, it is not a sexually transmitted disease. Small white bumps on the shaft, just below or under the head are common in many men. If they are not painful, inflamed, enlarging, or have a discharge, they are mostly likely pearly penile papules. http://www.youngmenshealthsite.org/pearly_penile_papules.html. Read more...
Bumps. It is difficult to provide a diagnosis without actually looking at the bumps. However, with your history and clinical description of the bumps on the penis, it sounds like you may have "pearly penile papules". You should visit a urologist or Dermatologist, however to confirm or further evaluate these bumps. Read more...
Probably normal. look up pictures of Pearly Penile Papules. I'll bet it looks something like that. If you ever go to be a doctor and start examining zillions of guys, you'll see it's a pretty normal finding. Read more...

I have had a bump at the back of my vagina (inside) it doesn't hurt or anything but any ideas what it could be I've never had sexual intercourse either?

Cervix? The rear of your vagina is where the cervix, the lowest part of the uterus, enters the vagina. That is where your menstrual blood comes from and where your baby comes out when you deliver. If this is not what you are referring to, then you should definitely go and see an ob/gyn doctor and be examined thoroughly. Read more...