I have weird bumps near the opening of my vagina, what should I do?

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      visible genital warts often go away with time, HPV itself can linger in your skin cells. This means you may have several outbreaks over the course of your life. So managing symptoms is important because you want to avoid transmitting the virus to others.

      they can take up to two years to go awy on their own. i highly recommend going to your ob to have a papsmear 1. to see if you have more warts inside and 2. to see which strain of HPV you have as some of them can lead to cervical cancer.

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