Need help! Bumps on Vag (Picture)

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I have those bumps for like 2 months. I did go to the doctor to check once. I ask her to look at the bumps. she said they're not warts. and I had bacterial vaginosis (BV) which the doctor said could cause those bumps. After treatment, they are still there. They did get bigger right before my period and then come back to the size they used to be after my period. !Im so frustrated thinking I have warts. I really want to hear your opinions. I have an appointment with the doctor next Monday. I will keep update with you guys. And I'm sorry first for my English. I'm not native speaker 😃

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    VP seems to be in the center too , it's benign don't worry

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    Thank you so much. I'm really worried they are genital warts.

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    Are they soft to touch? Or can you feel the bump/hardness when you touch them?

    I have the same thing. I had a thrush before I spotted these bumps and the nurse said they shouldn't be warts because they feel very smooth. It could be a result from chronic vaginal infection. My vagina is very swollen at the moment and these bumps are not diminishing.

    I have booked in with a gyno to see what these b******s are. But I believe they're just VP.

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      It's soft to touch but I can feel them there when I touch.I went to the doctor today. She said it doesn't look like warts but she didn't say what it is. I hope they're not warts but I really want to know what I have. Can you please update to me what the doctor says after your appointment

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