Question about VP

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does Vp ever go away? Does it keep growing? anyone else think this might not be Vp? thank youimage

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    looks like VP, I have those as well for about 6 months now. They don't seem to be changing at all when I check myself. If you want some peace of mind you can always go to your gynecologist just to be safe.

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      Always make sure to address your concerns because every persons vagina is different. But im sure if she didnt say anything youre okay... If you still feel uncomfortable you can ask her to check them out to relieve your stress

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    My VP went away! I had it for a couple of weeks and when I checked earlier this week it was completely gone, it just left those little white dots. Fordyce spots I think it's called.

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    Yeah that's about how long mine was, it freaked me out too. I even got tested for STD/STIs and HIV and all negative. Now that it's gone I feel so much better, hopefully yours goes away soon!

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      does it look like Vp to you? i went to the doc and told her i wanted to be tested but she said she did not recomend it cause i had been tested in nov so all she did was gon, clynd an trich test. i did not mention the bumps but i am sure she saw them. i was scared to say anything. they came up after a yeast infection

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      yea i really think i need to ask. just to be sure.it does not itch but u feel like other parts of my vag does...an idk if its cause im thinking about it or what and i also feel like my whole vagina stays really moist. just really stresses me.

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    nothing! still have it

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