I am experiencing painless fleshy genital bumps.

Needs to be checked. Painless Genital bumps may be caused by skin conditions like dermatitis caused by allergy or irritants.genital warts or due to sexually transmitted disease,They may be warts caused by Human Pappiloma Virus.HPV is the commonest sexually transmitted disease.Other possibility is Molluscum.Please have your doctor or a dermatologist or gynecologist check it to make the appropriate diagnosis.
Exam needed. Fleshy lumps on the genitalia may be caused by human papilloma viral infection( condyloma) but could be simple inclusion cysts. It's recommended that you have an examination by a gynecologist for diagnosis advice and, if needed, treatment.

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I am experiencing painless fleshy genital bumps. I am not sexually active.?

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Genital bumps. There are several problems that can cause genital bumps - STDs like syphilis, and genital warts can cause bumps, so can ingrown hairs and the virus molluscum. If someone has genital bumps that are new it would be a good idea to get them looked at and not just wait to see if they go away on their own. Read more...

I am experiencing painless fleshy genital bumps. They are only on my inner labia minora. They haven't grown or multiplied since I noticed them?

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