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I have bumps all my labia minora, they don't itch, they don't cause any form of pain, they are under the skin and are whitish? What is it?

Probably normal. Could be normal anatomy in this area--especially if they are very tiny and don't change over time. You should see your doctor to make sure it isn't anything like hpv warts, an infected or in-grown hair follicle or a clogged duct from a sweat gland. Read more...
Fordyce spots. This could be be Fordyce spots which are normal appearing glands along the inner surfaces of the labia minora. Read more...

Have 2 bumps on labia minora. On inside where hair grows. It is under the skin with a knot. Cannot see puss. Looks flesh colored. Had for 10 days.

WannaHold YourGland! Sounds like it may be an obstructed gland. If it gets larger, it's gonna hurt and you'll need to see your doctor/gynecologist. There are little glands down there (one is called Bartholin's, another Skene's-named after their original describers) that secrete lubricants, but they can get stopped-up (usually for unknown reasons) and then the fluid builds-up and can get infected & need to be drained. Read more...
Pain? If they hurt it could be an infected hair or an infected cyst which needs evaluation soon and possible antibiotics. If not, there are other possibilities. Bumps can be lots of things, serious or minor. We can't tell here without looking at them. If you have changed soaps, creams, lotions, detergents, stop. Don't shave for a while and get checked by your doctor. Read more...
Bartholin Cyst. Likely swelling of gland that provides for vaginal lubrication. See your dotor! Read more...
See your doctor. This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. Your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. Read more...
Warts? Depending on ur risk factors (unprotected sex, especially with someone you hardly know), ur symptoms could range from furuncles (inflammation from clogged hair follicles) to genital warts (condyloma). Without more information and photos, I really cannot make a formal diagnosis. I suggest seeing ur clinician ASAP, so they can perform an examination, order tests if needed, and treat appropriately. Read more...