What are small skin colored bumps on my outer vagina labia? Doesnt hurt or itch

Possibly warts . Without an examination we can not say for sure. Genital warts are a common cause of what you describe. I would schedule a visit to confirm. Treatment will vary depending on what the doctor finds.

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I have a small skin colored bump near the back of my vagina on the lip. It is almost flat but it is hard. It itches once in a while. What is it?

Hard to tell. Most skin issues really need to be seen to be diagnosed well. There are a lot of other questions to be asked as well. There are several things this could be - including sebaceous gland, dermatofibroma, lichen planus, wart, sexually transmitted disease, etc. Don't be too worried about it, but have someone look at it. Read more...

On dec. 16 I noticed 6 very small skin colored bumps they don't hurt or itch. On my vagina where I shave. On dec. 26 I noticed bumps in my mouth.

Seeing is believing. A gyn md needs to see both sets of bumps to make a diagnosis. Hair follicle bumps from shaving is a possibility at the vagina, but again, you are a must see to confirm. Read more...

What are my small skin colored bumps on my vaginal outer labia? It doesn't itch burn or anything.

Vaginal bumps. Genital warts are typically asymptomatic. I would be concerned that you may have this going on and recommend you see your primary care physician or gyn. Read more...

I was looking at my vagina & noticed small white bumps in my labia majora and minora when I pulled my skin taut. They don't hurt or itch, what is it?

Needs exam. Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. You may be seeing normal anatomy such as hair follicles. Abnormal possible causes - herpes, syphilis, genital warts and others. Read more...

Near vagina, between Urethral orifice & clitoris, more near to urethra it's bit red & feels tough & there's small skin colored bumps in a line? Itchy

See remark. Sit in warm tub for 10 minutes a day for few days.Get from a local pharmacy an ointment similar to an ointment called MYCOLOG (it is cortisone-like drug with anti fungal medicine) apply this after getting out of the tub and one more time during the day. If things don't improve you may have to see a doctor Best regards. Read more...