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I'm very concerned with what is going on down there. I am a woman, I have had 7 different partners, 5 without a condom. I've never let them actually ejaculate in me.. I have done oral sex with almost all of them. I've always had bump around my vagina, but never in the actual like "fleshy" part. It's always on the skin on top of the part where my clit and vagina is. It's always on my inner thighs, sometimes closer in. I am an athlete so I am always wearing shorts and spankies. I shower 4 times I week on average. I've been to the doctor and asked, got a pap smear, and even tested for Gonorrhea, but I did not have it. My doctor said a while ago that this bumps were a result of shaving, but I'm totally not sure of that. I have some pictures. Am I allowed to post them here? It would really help who ever is willing to help me understand what this looks like. I am worried, please help! 


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    If your doctor has tested appropriately why not believe him/her?  If doctor says its shaving that causes it why not stop shaving and see? 

    It seems strange - to me, a mere man - that you allow partners to enter you without condoms but not ejaculate in you; how many men would regularly do that?  What's the point?  If you don't want semen in you why not get them to use condoms?

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    I think pictures are fine - i've seen all sorts or here!

    You can likely rule out an STD though.

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    I'd guess too a rash from shaving or just one of those things ...
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