Help lumps in vaginal opening !!!

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I am 18 and i have only had sex once over a year ago and we used a condom and i had a water infection which was treated and everything was fineimage. A few months ago i noticed these lumps in the vaginal opening and thought they were normal as nothing was hurting or anything. i decided to take a picture today and was horrified to see what they look like. they feel soft and when when i touch its like a small burning sensation. i an really scared can anyone jelp please

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    I think these are just part of a normal vagina. If,without touching them,you have no itching,soreness, bleeding or discomfort I would say they are possibly Fordyce glands which can be quite pronounced in an 18 yr old.

    All normal vaginas look slightly different to each other...its just the way we are made. In the same way we all have slightly different faces/bodies.

    If,however you are still worried then do see a doctor to put your mind at rest.

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      hi, thanks for responding. I went to a walk in centre today because i have been so stressed and she said i have quite alot of discharge and that it could potentially be gonorrhea so i am going to try and get proper doctors appotimebt tomorrow so they can do swabs. its only itchy a tiny bit but dont have any problems with my urine or anything so not sure . I felt them a few months ago and i have been fine its onlt since i took the picture and touched them that they may have become infected

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      and i have also only had sex once we used protection and it was nearly a year ago now so dont see how it can be and sti

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      hi. i hv dis lumps m worried is dis normal or only i hv dis skin. m nt sure if it was der whole time or i jst discovered . plz hlp. is dis normal vagina or i hv to see doctor.

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