Please help? Advice???? So depressed

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I have had these bumps on my vagina area for the past month so even longer. i shaved one day and they all came up and they have almost all gone away but then when i shave them come up again. They do not hurt, itchy or break open and or leak. They stay exactly how they are. i have been to the doctors, clinics and gyno and they all say its just shaving bumps. My question is how can i still have these bumps if i have been doing everything setting up to properly shave? It is almost like they are not going away. I thought possible mollscum but every doctor says its not. Please help as its making me very depressed and I refuse to have sex with my new boyfriend because I am scared I am gonna pass it on! Does anyones shaving bumps look like this?

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    Dear syel,

    There's no doubt that SOME of the spots look like folliculitis (hair follicle infection, green arrow). However, some others are not. Look carefully at the ones I've marked on your first photo with yellow arrows and you can see that they are not even close to or in a hair follicle. So in addition to mild folliculitis, I suspect you may be correct and that you also have molluscum.

    Rgds,

    Adhari

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      thank u!! How do you think I can go about this to doctors? None of them will agree or think it is molluscum and i dont think they can test it either. It has been extremely frustrating 😦

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    Just updating if someone is looking at this post wondering if they have what I have, went to the gyno and he agreed it was molluscum. I have an appoitment on Friday to have them cut out.

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