HELP! BLISTERS(warts?) located inside of my left labia minora

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Is this herpes? yeast infection? or some type of  cervical cancer? 

I only had one partner in my entire life and we barely have sex. last time was 

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    I'm not sure what that is (maybe warts??), but you need to see a doctor.  

    You could either see your GP, or if you're in the UK, you could go to a genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic - google "GUM clinic near me" for details.

    If you could update this thread and tell us what the doctors say, it would be appreciated.  Good luck.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a doctor.

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    Hi Samantha,  I am not a doctor either, but I suggest you see one.  It is possible it is a virus as they can bring on blisters.  You didn't mention whether you felt any pain symptoms. It also could be something as simple as an allergy to a soap, or product you use in that area.  It is wise to get it checked out.

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    Looks a lot like warts...those are definitely not listers based on what's visible in the pics.

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    Did you ever find out what this was ?
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    Yes please tell us if you found out what this is!!! 

    I have this - but mine are tiny. So small that you can barely see them with naked eye and when I take an up close photo you can see what look like "tiny blisters" nearly exactly like yours.

    I have had them for as far as I know a year...

    I have frequent burning and irritation on my urethra and I have painful sex!! Other than that everything seems normal? My labia doesn't itch or hurt. 

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      Also I have gotten a Pap smear and routine std tests and it was negative for the basics.. I haven't had a herpes test but my boyfriend has and he was negative.

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      What's in those pics could also be vestibular papillomatosis, which is harmless and very common, but if you see a doctor, please let us know what they say about what you have.

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    did you ever find out what it was? i have the same thing 😦

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