Can someone tell me what this is. Should i be worried.

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i am not usually sexually active i have had three partners my whole life im 31. about a yr ago i had sex with a friend and her boyfriend and now i have this on my vagina that recently showed up. i felt swollen down there so i looked and saw this and started to touch it to try to figure out what it was and it started to become uncomfortable not really burn or itch. any ideas what it is. i talked to both of then about std before hand and we all stated we were clean and i am kinda freaking out but i had no reason to assume they were lying.imageimage

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    it looks normal to me

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      not frequently no. but it seems to have developed since the last time i checked myself. which was quite some time ago. i was feeling a little swollen which is why i checked this time.

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      maybe to get some peace of mind try and see a gyn to see . sometimes the anserws on thus forum make things worse . i had 3 doctors tell me i dont have genital warts but me being so stupid am still seeking answers here which is even causing me more depression so just go to doctor ans check imageFile size is too big

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      I am going to go but can't get off work until sat. yours looks fine to me I don't know much about this sort of thing but I think your good for sure.

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      hopefully when you go everything is okay dont stress too much as i have been doing giving myself diagnosis when i havent been given one . yours really looks like it part of your hymen and you should he okay . thanks for your response

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      Looks like vestibular papillae. They are very similar to pearly penile papules – usually flesh colored, soft, filiform in shape, shiny in appearance; but that can appear in a row, individually distinct, or in clusters. They also generally appear on the inner aspects of the vulva, and can be easily mistaken for genital warts. Vestibular papillae are are benign, harmless and considered to be normal anatomy. You don't necessarily need to worry because the bumps can go away on their own.

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    File size is too bigFile size is too bigimage

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    Good morning

    As far as I can tell it looks okay but if you have not had sex in a year the in counter you had should not have anything to do with it. The best thing for you to do is go to the doctor and have a check up. This would be the best way to find out for sure.

    Good luck.....Ken

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    I don't see anything that I could ascribe to being STD related.

    How does it feel uncomfortable? Unless I misunderstand, you say it doesn't burn or itch. Is there something else, like sharp pains, etc.? How long has it felt swollen?

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      it has felt swollen for a couple of days. it doesn't burn or itch it just feel kinda like I have a tampon in when I don't it's still open I checked but that wasn't there before.

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      no pain either just feels like I am walking around with a tampon in. started a few days ago so I looked and saw this. everything around it is clean no abnormal discharge or smell either

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      Could be a lot of things, though nothing STD related that I can think of. I honestly can't make a determination I'd be confident in. I'd say you should probably make an appointment to see your gyno to be safe.

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