Is this genital warts or just Vestilbular Paillomatosis? PLEASE HELP

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I've been posting about this twice now but without picture. Now I do have the picture. 

it's itchy I felt discomfort while urinate but only that one time though then it's gone. and sometime the itchy feeling is gone too. I'm not sexually active though. I try to find the picture of warts that's close to mine but there are none so maybe it's not warts? And I tried Vestilbular too, again, it seems like it but not really. I'm so confused, kinda scared. Please helpp and thank you.

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    Are you sure you’re not sexually active? Or have oral sex? Because to be honest with you, not trying to scare you but that does not look healthy at all and you really need to go to a gynecologist to get it checked and by the look of your discharge you for sure have some type of infection 
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      I’m still virgin and I used to masturbate in like way back in highschool. But now I’m really busy I’ve never done anything down there since. But I have habits of not wiping after I used the rest room. Maybe bacterial got in, I’d just uses water then put my pants on and go.
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    HOW do you add pictures ?
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    I'm not sure but it looks like a genital wart than anything else. Itchy feeling and discomfort while urinating, these symptoms are usually found in genital wart. Because you said you're not sexually active, I couldn't tell you that it's definitely a genital wart. It cannot be herpes either. Herpes sores are often accompanied by pain, itching and burning sensations. So, get it tested and receive treatment right away. 

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    Did you find wat it is?

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