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im still a virgin however i received oral and had genital to genital contact with a guy recently. ive noticed some changes in my vagina these bumps appeared two years ago and i wasnt sexually active but now its forming on the other side and i believe i have warts. please help ive attached images

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    Not sure what that is but you should make an ob/gyn appt asap you could have some sort of bacterial infection. Hopefully, something some antibiotics will clear up. Don't wait too long. Also soaking in warm bath water as much as possible until your appt. The bartholian cyst would be a swollen or clogged gland the size of a pea to a golf ball very painful.

    I'm now dealing with an ingrown hair on the labia. Was very painful and got to the size of a pea i made an appt as I thought it was a wart or HPV related. DOC said it was an ingrown hair and to keep soaking three plus times a day if possible i could not sot or walk well a week ago. what the heck with all these female issues !!!

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    you poor thing ,how distressing 4 you but the best thing you can do & believe me I know how embarrassing & distressing this can be but you must go see a nurse or doctor about this I'm in the UK we dont have obg/gyne unless ur referred but they've seen it all , more likely bacterial I think but its difficult 2 say apparently genital warts are much more aggressive & very uncomfortable I hear but either way I'm afraid u will need medical help & sooner will be better than later , hope this helps somewhat xx

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    it looks normal, but i'd be a little more cautios about the area of your vaginal opening/perineum.

    for the second set of pictures, they look like papilomata, they're not harmful

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