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Is it possible to have a skin tag on vagina labia or is this a genital wart? Is there any way to tell the difference? One small bump

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Atypical for warts

Certainly a skin tag could occur in this location, and genital warts usually don't appear singly -- i.
e. without several such bumps, warts are less likely. Skin tags typically are soft and easily pushed around, whereas warts typically are fixed pretty firmly and less mobile. But if you remain uncertain, get checked. Better safe than sorry.

In brief: Atypical for warts

Certainly a skin tag could occur in this location, and genital warts usually don't appear singly -- i.
e. without several such bumps, warts are less likely. Skin tags typically are soft and easily pushed around, whereas warts typically are fixed pretty firmly and less mobile. But if you remain uncertain, get checked. Better safe than sorry.
Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Dr. Hunter Handsfield
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Dr. Samuel Lee
Urology

In brief: Vinegar test

Please apply small amount of vinegar on the lesion if it turns white-ish then it is likely to be a genital wart

In brief: Vinegar test

Please apply small amount of vinegar on the lesion if it turns white-ish then it is likely to be a genital wart
Dr. Samuel Lee
Dr. Samuel Lee
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Dr. Samuel Lee
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