I got some 1cm lengthy finger like structures at inner side of my labia minora. Is it dangerous?

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Some 5-6months ago I found some finger like structures, one is around 1cm length and other is very small bump, at inner side of labia minora. I first search in internet and found that it might be VB. But from last 2-3 days i feel inflamation there. I never did intercourse but I have masturbated several times. Do those structures are VB or warts or some kind of tumor? Please someone help me. I'm so scared these days.

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    The best advice I can give you is go and get it checked out we can't see the problem and we are not doctors but when your diagnosed with what condition you have if any we are here to offer advice from our own experiences don't be afraid to seek help

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    Sounds like a skin tag, I have one in the exact same spot that I have had for years but in recent years i notice it looks inflammed sometime not sure why but its probably due to friction which is what caused it in the first place. I usually rub coconut oil on it and its fine. I doesn't bother me at all and the dr said it doesnt need to be removed unless it's bothersome. I don't even know its there unless i go looking for it. I still recommend seeing a dr just so they can verify that is truly a skintag.

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