Can anyone tell me what this is ?

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im sexually active always use condoms . . ABOUT MAYBE 4 months ago i got a yeast infection i took medicines i was good to go. however i got the infections 3 days after sex. . but now i have this honestly i dont even know if its normal bc its been that long . ITS NOT painful, there just small litte bumps image

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    i dont see anything abnormal.

    bumps on labia can be Vestibular papillomatosis which is normal.

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    i have the same of yours , well my doctor said its warts and she recommended me to get a vaccine , but urs is just starting early stage of hpv

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      theyre both different viruses. HPV has many strains. i believe herpes is hsv1 which i think is cold sores and hsv2 which is genital , or its the other way around. i honestly dont think this is anything to worry about. just see a doctor if youre concerned

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    Okay , update me of your result pls

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    i went to the doctor and she said those bumps are normal . She laughed and asked did i google it and i said yes. She calmed me down , I was already into crazy town . she did a swab and i did full panel blood work . I need to wait for the results . But im way calmer than before

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    Sooo I got the blood work it came back with everything negative. Iwas worrying for nothing . However , this scare made me think twice about sleeping with someone.

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