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can some please help identify this i would go to the doctor but im 16 and you know how that goes wit parents. I first thought it was a yeast infection but it didnt go away after i treated it. Then i remember my boyfriend playing with my clitoris and 2-3 days later i seen the little bumps. Im nervous about what it is and how it will affect me later on. Also I looked up my systems and the thing i get from it is genital warts and i really dont want that and dont know how I can get it if my and my bf are both virgins.

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    it looks like warts , ate you sure hes a virgin ? and you could always go to a planned parenthood all you need is your medical card , ID or social security card

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    i dont think thats warts. i think that is just normal texture of the skin! i think you are fine. possibly vp bumps. but i def dont think you have warts.

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    are you itchy? maybe yeast infection if so? i dont think you have an sti.

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      it rarely itches and it rarely burns unless something on it or if its to moist but most of the discomfort is on the outside, and i tried monistat but it'll start to go away fa three days thn come back so that is wut made me get worried especially because i kept looking it up. Also before it happened i use to masturbate a lot and thats when my clitoris started itching and it hard to describe like how if felt bc it wasnt the outside skin it felt like the inside skin.

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    Im starting to get down more n more. I'm starting to think the worse and i dont have anyone to talk to about and if i do have genital warts I dont see imma make i already struggle wit bad anxiety and depression but tht , tht jus might be my breakin points. Thn imma have nobody, my bf might think im cheating my mom wont trust life jus gon keep gettin worse.

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