Can you please help me with this problem....

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I've been experiencing recurrent BV infections for which I've been treated for. I havent had sex in months however I've started seeing small skin like projections appearing around my vulva and even near the opening of my vagina. I saw a campus doctor and was told it was nothing to be worried about. However recently I've noticed rapid growth from very tiny bumps to long projections ( all within 2 months). I also experience pain near to my cervix and on on side of my vaginal canal when aroused.. I come from an extremely strict home life so I don't know who to turn to or what to do. Please help me figure out what is going on. image

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    Hi Genelle,

    Have you been vaccinated against HPV (Gardasil)?

    There is certainly a small white bump visible in the photo but additional photos would help, especially of the other bumps you mentioned.

    Adhari

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      Hi Adhari,

      I was never vaccinated as my mother was told by a doctor that the vaccine wasnt "safe" for me to use. I dont know why. Attached is a picture of a darker bump that looks like mole. I had two others on my outer labia but I was so embarrassed that I used apple cider vinegar to remove them and they dropped off within 3 days.

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      I can't really make it out, but not receiving the vaccine would put you at risk of acquiring genital warts and the HPVs associated with genital tract and head & neck cancers.

      If you're now an adult I would urge you to consider getting vaccinated, if only to prevent the more serious conditions.

      Adhari

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